Botnek – Fabriclive Promo Mix

Rising Canadian duo, Botnek, will be heading across the Atlantic this week for their 2nd European tour commencing this Friday, March 2nd at the famed Fabric London in Farringdon. The night features the Room One residency from UK wobblers, Jack Beats, and they have curated the full lineup for the other two rooms including B2B sets from Benga & Youngman as well as DJ Zinc & MC Script. Sounds like a pretty great night is in the works.

Read on to download the mix full of new originals and exclusives and see what Botnek have to say about their upcoming set!

Botnek – Fabriclive Promo Mix (direct download)

01. Botnek – “Intro”
02. Switch – “Just Bounce 2 This (Eats Everything Non Squeeky Rebounce)”
03. Lars Moston – “Too Much Party Time”
04. Sinden – “Pull Up Wheel Up”
05. Drums of Death – “The Jerk”
06. Wafa – “Ewid Disco”
07. AC Slater & Xaphoon Jones – “Believe Me (Botnek Remix)”
08. Savage Skulls – “Lorimer”
09. Buraka Som Sistema – “Up All Night (Botnek Remix)” vs. Azealia Banks “212”
10. Foamo – “Sherlock”
11. The 2 Bears – “Work (Supabeatz Remix)”
12. Tocadisco – “Bat3ria (Botnek Remix)”
13. Jack Beats – “Elevator Music”
14. Reset! – “Oh Yeah”
15. Botnek – ????
16. Botnek – “Owls”
17. Botnek – ?????
18. Botnek – “The Sound”
19. Two Door Cinema Club – “Something Good Can Work (BeatauCue Remix – Botnek Edit)”
20. LKiD – “Funky Situation (Botnek Remix)”
21. FutureFlashs – “Dirty Boots (Torso.X Remix)”
22. Crookers ft. Carli – “Hummus (Botnek Remix)”
23. The Chemical Brothers – “The Private Psychedelic Reel”

Ahead of your set here what can we expect from the night?
Well, big thanks to Jack Beats for asking us to do this, we are huge fans of their stuff, considering we love fresh sounds. Those guys have never been afraid to let things get a little wacky in their tracks! So I guess first we’ll have to skip any of the Jack Beats tracks we would normally play in a set, and settle for trying out all of the new material we’ve been hiding for the past few months! So lots of new Botnek tunes, along with a mix of funky, bleepy tropical house stuff, and some big room techno stuff as well.
(via Fabric London)