The recent Mixmag cover star has just shared 'JUNGLE TEKNAH', a track from the compilation which features high tempos and fast paced drums.
SHERELLE shares: "I was inspired to write the song when watching a bunch of YouTube videos on jungle techno. I’ve always really loved the genre and wanted to do an updated version with a 160bpm twist."
On Instagram, SHERELLE said: "A DELIGHTFUL DAY FOR A NEW TRACK"
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The UK DJ and producer announced online that she has been working on a compilation for the 'fabric presents' series since the beginning of the year. The compilation will be available to buy and stream on November 26.
Her instalment will be a “breakneck exploration of all things footwork, jungle and bass: a high-tempo ride uniting the past, present and future of dance music”.
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SHERELLE: “It's a dream to have been asked to create a fabric compilation. It's the first place I went to when I was 18. It was the first mix series that captured my heart when listening to Caspa and Rusko FABRICLIVE.
“My mix consists of artists that I have been playing throughout my career. It was important to have artists that I have supported from the start to ones that I found recently who make me so excited. They are all a part of the many different phases of what I represent. They are all a part of the beautiful musical history that I always try to show in my mixes. "
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The DJ will also be hosting and co-curating a launch event at fabric London on November 5, and today announced Paul Woolford, Dillinja, Call Super and Yung Singh will be joining the line-up as special guests. Find out more and get tickets here.
'JUNGLE TEKNAH' is available to listen to now, you can find it linked below.
Aneesa Ahmed is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter