La notizia della chiusura forzata del Fabric, storico club di Londra, è stata accolta con delusione sui social. La decisione, presa dopo la morte di due diciottenni che avevano assunto droghe all’interno del locale, non ha convinto i più che vedono in quest’azione un gesto ipocrita e che nasconde qualcos’altro.
Di seguito un po’ di reazioni di dj e musicisti, con alcuni spunti ed articoli necessari per approfondire e farsi un’idea.
Pure sadness about Fabric. London is being ruined right now.
— Four Tet (@FourTet) September 7, 2016
r.i.p. #Fabric , had some amazing experiences there
— Hudson Mohawke (@HudMo) September 7, 2016
Room 1 Fabric one of the best sound systems in the world. Contribution to UK and international club culture immeasurable. Respect forever.
— Benji B (@TheRealBenjiB) September 7, 2016
The world we love is becoming increasingly unrecognisable
— Daniel Avery (@danielmarkavery) September 7, 2016
Thank you @fabriclondon for giving me a solid break so early in my career. Tragic that future artists will be denied this opportunity
— Julio Bashmore (@juliobashmore) September 7, 2016
so embarrassing that idea of banning faster BPMs has actually been raised during #fabricreview – who are these ppl and what century is this
— Josey Rebelle (@JoseyRebelle) September 6, 2016
La decisione del Council di Islington è arrivata: revoca definitiva della licenza per il fabriclondon. Una… https://t.co/z2IYNMlK3C
— Soundwall.it (@soundwallmag) September 7, 2016
How can I wake up to this bullshit! How can they take away the best club in London .. Fuming
— KATY B (@KatyB) September 7, 2016
Big up Shaun, Tom, Andy, Judy, Scott, Craig, Terry and all of the Fabric crew past and present. I guarantee everyone they'll be back.
— JACKMASTER (@jackmaster) September 7, 2016
Respect and love to all the staff at fabric past and present, you created a legend. Thank you
— TEEDFEED (@TEEDinosaurs) September 7, 2016
.@sadiqkhan promised to support nightlife economy and fabric just closed on his watch. 250 jobs gone. whose nightlife is he supporting?
— Aimee Cliff (@aimeecliff) September 7, 2016
London's music culture at the mercy of people who think higher BPMs, not weak drugs policies, cause deaths in clubs. Horrific. #FabricReview
— NTS Radio (@NTSlive) September 7, 2016
— Scuba (@ScubaOfficial) September 7, 2016
— FACT (@FACTmag) September 7, 2016
Absolute shame. #FabricReview
— THUMP (@thumpthump) September 7, 2016
Since 1999; 6 accidental deaths in Fabric. Since 1999; 108 people have died while held in custody by London Metropolitan Police.
— Dave Haslam (@Mr_Dave_Haslam) September 7, 2016
I'm sick to my stomach. As an American in Kentucky the Fabric mixes were my window to the world. This is inconceivable.
— The Black Madonna (@blackmadonnachi) September 7, 2016
you absolute shower of cunts. RIP london
— Pangaea (@pangaeauk) September 7, 2016
— Ninja Tune (@ninjatune) September 7, 2016