Review: ANTS

Fabric. An iconic London venue, that reopened its doors to the public in early 2017 after a 5-month battle, a venue holding 2,500 ravers and state of the art ‘bodysonic’ dancefloor. Landing at the venue back on November 2nd was Ibiza’s biggest underground brand, ANTS, to continue their relentless march across the globe.


The line-up spoke for itself, with acts including: Steve Lawler, Emanuel Satie, Housekeeping, Manu Gonzalez, Secondcity, Eli & Fur, GW Harrison & Will Taylor, we were in for an absolute treat.


Room 1 saw one of house and techno’s most revered artists, Steve Lawler who is no stranger to Fabric. The dance floor vibrated and blew the roof off as he dropped Michael Bibi’s new track “Hanging Tree. The dark underground vibes were in full swing as the dark room was slightly light by narrow bright blue beams of light grooving along to the echoing bass.


Eli and Fur provided a phenomenal rolling tech house set with punchy basslines and even an Ibiza classic. After playing for the ANTS closing party at Ushuaia back in September there is no doubt why they were asked to play the ANTS debut at Fabric.


Room 2 saw ABODE resident’s Will Taylor and GW Harrison smash their sets and provides us with no stop vibes. The sound systems across all rooms of Fabric are sublime and Will Taylor’s bass driven beats echoed through the walls. We even heard an unreleased one from him that he is keeping a secret on…


Fabric is never one to disappoint and with new strict laws implemented it creates more of a secure and safe environment for us ravers. The ANTS takeover was one we will not be forgetting for a long time! Whether it’s playing to a crowd full of Ibizan holiday revellers at Ushuaia or to a dark rave in the heart of London, it is guaranteed to be a good vibe.

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