Danny Brown, Wiley, Clams Casino, and more have been tapped by The Warehouse Project for the FABRICLIVE concert, benefitting London's Fabric nightclub and their ongoing legal battle. Fabric was shut down in August by the Islington City Council. The club's owners have since begun an appeal process and fundraising campaign.
"Many in the electronic music scene and beyond will have been shocked by the recent revocation of Fabric's licence by Islington Council," The Warehouse Project wrote on the event page. "Regarded internationally as a cultural institution and an incubator for emerging talent, it is an outrage that this action has been taken against the club. This is not just an attack on Fabric, this is an attack on the night time industry and youth culture as a whole."
Section Boyz, Benji B, Oneman, Preditah and DJ Hype, will also perform at the concert, which takes place in London on November 11. So far, Fabric has raised over £200,000 to support their appeal. Find out more about the FABRICLIVE show on The Warehouse Project's website and donate to Fabric's appeal campaign here.