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Tiefschwarz - Fabric 29 Album

  • Performer: Tiefschwarz
  • Title: Fabric 29
  • Size MP3 ver: 2538 mb
  • Size FLAC ver: 1290 mb
  • Country: UK
  • Date of release: Jul 2006
  • Style: House, Electro, Minimal
  • # Catalog: FABRIC57
  • Label: Fabric
  • Rating: 4.2 of 5
  • Genre: Electronic
Tiefschwarz - Fabric 29 Album


Written-By – Marco Tonni
Producer, Written-By – Ali Schwarz, Basti Schwarz, Jochen Schmalbach
3Kate WaxBeetles And Spider (Roman Flügel Remix)
Arranged By, Composed By, Written-By – Kate WaxRemix – Roman Flügel
4Claude VonStrokeWho's Afraid Of Detroit?
Producer, Written-By – Claude VonStroke
5Jamie Jones Amazon
Producer, Written-By – Jamie Jones
6Sleeper ThiefFreefall4:25
7Night On Earth Rondell
Producer, Written-By – André Galluzzi, Paul Brtschitsch
8TiefschwarzDamage (M.A.N.D.Y. Remix)
Producer, Written-By – Ali Schwarz, Basti Schwarz, Jochen SchmalbachRemix – M.A.N.D.Y.Remix [Credited To] – M.A.N.D.Y. And Booka ShadeVocals, Lyrics By – Tracey Thorn
9Thomas SchumacherRotor
Producer, Written-By – Stephan Bodzin, Thomas Schumacher
10Theodor ZoxExtruder (Maetrik Remix)
Producer, Written-By – Theodor ZoxRemix – Maetrik
11LouderbachGrace (Anxiety)
Composed By, Producer, Written-By – Troy Pierce
12Depeche ModeJohn The Revelator (Tiefschwarz Dub)
Engineer, Mixed By, Producer – Ben HillierEngineer, Programmed By – Richard MorrisMixed By – Steve FitzmauriceProgrammed By – Dave McCrackenRemix – Smallboy, TiefschwarzWritten-By – Martin L. Gore
Producer, Written-By – GummiHz
14RitonThe Hammer Of Thor
Engineer, Mixed By – Henry SmithsonProducer, Written-By – Riton


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
FABRIC57PTiefschwarz Fabric29 ‎(CD, Comp, Mixed, Promo)Fabric FABRIC57PUK2006
FABRIC57Tiefschwarz Fabric 29 ‎(CD, Mixed, Unofficial)Fabric FABRIC57Russia2006


  • DJ MixTiefschwarz
  • Recorded ByJochen Schmalbach


Recorded at Studio Stehende Welle, Berlin.

Track 1 miscredited to Louderbach AKA Troy Pierce.
Track 2 mislabelled 'Whose Afraid Of Detroit?'
Track 14 mislabelled 'Beetles And Spiders (Roman Flügel Remix)'

Packaged in a metal case with cardboard sleeve.

Made in Europe.


  • Barcode (scanned): 802560005729
  • Matrix / Runout: [GZ Digital Media Logo] S53136 FABRIC57
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LD02
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 5J05
  • Rights Society: mcps


  • Recorded At – Studio Stehende Welle
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Fabric Records
  • Copyright (c) – Fabric Records
  • Pressed By – GZ Digital Media – S53136


Tiefschwarz is the production duo of brothers Ali and Basti Schwarz. Their marathon DJ sets have garnered respect even among underground dance music's most hidebound purists. A distinctly raw and stripped-down affair, the sweaty grooves-sampled from the pair's mixes for the London nightclub Fabric-invoke the hedonistic fervor of pioneering House DJs like Ron Hardy and Larry Levan. Fabric 29 is a DJ mix compilation album by Tiefschwarz, as part of the Fabric Mix Series. Louder Bach aka Troy Pierce - Grace Anxiety - Underl ne 5:59. Claude VonStroke - Who's Afraid of Detroit - Dirtybird 5:43. Tiefschwarz - Damage . Remix - Fine 6:22. Theodor Zox - Extruder Maetrik Remix - Tic Tac Toe 4:27. Touane - Bassic - Persona 5:27. Thomas Schumacher - Rotor - Spiel Zeug 5:40. Night On Earth - Rondell - Kickboxer 5:06. GummiHz - . Mobilee 2:49. Fabric 29: Tiefschwarz 2006. To favorites 3 Download album. Listen album. House Minimal Electro House. Depeche Mode , Claude VonStroke and others. Songs in album Fabric 29: Tiefschwarz 2006. Grace Troy Pierce Presents Anxiety Deleted. Fabric 29 - Tiefschwarz. Hans Ingelmo. Producer, Written-By Claude VonStroke 5:43 3 Tiefschwarz Damage . Remix Producer, Written-By Ali Schwarz, Basti Schwarz, Jochen Schmalbach Remix . Remix - Fabric 29 When brothers Ali and Basti Schwarz team up behind the decks, you can always expect a fun party to evolve. The Tiefschwarz brothers have been almost in a league of their own in the last few years, rising to fame at an intense rate. While the minimal sound from Germany has tended to be a bit timid, often lacking requisite soul or musical emotion, Tiefschwarz have never fully associated themselves with straight minimal, delivering productions and DJ sets that slip only occasionally into that territory amid their usual rough and tumble electrohouse energy. Listen free to Tiefschwarz Fabric 29 grace anxiety, Who's Afraid Of Detroit and more. 14 tracks 82:35. Critic Score. User Score. Or consider a donation More Albums. View All. RAL9005. Watergate 09. Blackmusik: 10 Years of Tiefschwarz. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей - Fabric 29, Fabric 29, Tiefschwarz - Fabric 29 2009 - Claude Vonstroke - Whose Afraid Of Detroit, Tiefschwarz - Fabric 29, Tiefschwarz Fabric 29 - Whose Afraid of Detroit и другие скачать в mp3 и слушать музыку онлайн бесплатно. Theodor Zox - Extruder Maetrix Remix - Tiefschwarz - Fabric 29 2009. Tiefschwarz Fabric 29 - Tiefschwarz. Tiefschwarz & Ruede Hagelstein & Julien Quentin. Также смотрите: Tiefschwarz ft. Khan LIVE. Год релиза - любой - 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990. Месяц релиза - любой - January February March April May June July August September October November December. Тип релиза - любой - Album Single Compilation Radioshow EP LP


Comments (7)

Not my cup of tea. Nearly everything I ever heard from TIEFSCHWARZ is complete RUBBISH to my ears. These guys are on the wrong track. There are no grooves. Nothing is flowing. Only for the hard edged psychos.
Strongly disagree with the negative reviews on here. This mix has one of the strongest tracklists that could have been put together at that time. Tracks are colorful and modern, well-woven in a potent story. Literally no bad moments or cheese. Their later mixes are poorly executed in comparison.
I agree with you about this mix but I disagree that later mixes are poorly executed. Their Renaissance Mix Collection was quite good imo with good tracks and a nice flow but of the Renaissance mixes I thought the 2nd was the better of the 2 discs.
Boring mix. In my opinion only 'Riton - The Hammer Of Thor' is worthwile.
Imagine Richie Hawtin meets John Digweed @ a Electronic Symphony and they decide to orchestrate! You would get Tiefschwarzes Fabric 29. This CD combines some of the best minimal tech-house tunes out there in flowing manner. Unlike most Minimal Techno that I have heard, I do not get bored with the Songs or the CD in general. The CD starts out hard and bumping with a aggressive semi-industrial tune and quickly switches to more melodic and harmonic tunes building back up to a combination of bouncy tracks and Mid-based Tunes. I can strongly recommend this CD to anyone who enjoys the dark side of house and yet is bored with techno and minimal alone.
I love Mercedes
Having brilliantly mastered Deep and Tech House on their maiden outing "RAL9005" (2001/2), and then taken a giddy turn synth-wards into Acid Electro territory on their sophomore release "Eat Books" (2005), the Schwarz brüder have finetuned their new sound again for this DJ mix with a very faddish, very Eurocentric blend of Minimal, Techno Dub, and Micro House. For those who are familiar with Mike Myers in his Saturday Night Life days circa 1990, Fabric 29 is the sort of music that Dieter and his ilk might put on to chill out. Clad in his signature all–black outfit of turtleneck and spandex tights, the colorless Euro–clone Dieter (Myers) would jerk-dance to Euro syntho, jowls sucked in, at the close of his Bayerische KabelVision chat show "Sprockets". If you're having a sly giggle, that's exactly the point. "Eat Books" was virtually a self–parody from beginning to end, complete with guest appearances by post–punk indie poseurs in black eye–makeup doing appalling imitations of (The Cure's) Robert Smith. If it's any consolation, there are few vocals on Fabric 29 to make you retch, only Tracey Thorn as a sort of afterthought on the M.A.N.D.Y. remix of Tiefschwarz's own "Damage" (track 3), and spoken word/sing–song from Kate Wax on the fairly pointless closing track. But Dieter and "Sprockets" are still very much in mind ... . The problem with the new–new sound from Tiefschwarz is that, if not handled with flair and a keen sense of humor, it invariably descends into self–mockery (with artist names like "Claude Vonstroke", "Theodor Zox", and "Maetrik", whaddya expect?). Whereas Erlend Øye took the mickey out of Micro House by personally singing unrelated acapellas over the tracks on his "DJ–Kicks" (!K7/2004), and Jerome Sydenham connected dots across genres and ethnic boundaries while keeping the sweet music flowing on this year's outstanding "Electric Pussycat", the humorless Schwarz brüder are so deep in their acido–electro-syntho bathwater that they positively drown in the "Sprockets" Syndrome. That's not to say that Fabric 29 doesn't have its moments: the mix finally gets going with the superb Maetrik remix of Zox's "Extruder" (track 4), but then slowly fizzles out. By the time we get to the pomposity that is the Tiefschwarz Dub of Depeche Mode's "John The Revelator" on track 12, even Dieter might be forgiven for snoring. I've really got to wonder what happened to the brüder who were responsible for the exuberant Deep House sounds of "Music (Latin Music)". Even if the brilliant Luke Solomon "ReedDiMix" of "Nix" (the consummate Tech House track) was more Solomon than Tiefschwarz, the brüder could have taken a hint that the future lay in consolidating and building on their achievements in Deep and Tech House. Instead, they became Electro fashion victims. As for those seeking pleasure in the "minimal but groovy", look no further than "Fabric 2: Terry Francis" (2002), or its sequel "Fabric 28: Wiggle" (2006), both of which effortlessly achieve nirvana in a way that Fabric 29 can only aspire to but rarely achieves.
Vital Beast
Dieter did his "jerk-dance" on Sprockets to a speeded up "Elecric Cafe" by Kraftwerk, which might be a little more seminal than most "Euro syntho."

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