Daphni just released the second single off of his FABRICLIVE mix

The producer will also be playing a five hour set at Fabric for FABRICLIVE 93's launch.

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Daphni, AKA Dan Snaith of Caribou, recently announced he would be doing a one-off FABRICLIVE mix, consisting of 23 original tracks. In anticipation of FABRICLIVE 93‘s release next month, the producer has treated us to another exclusive track off of the record. Not officially released until today, the track, which is called ‘Tin’, is much to the appeasement of his – and much of dance music’s – fans. The track’s recognisable bassline has been sprinkled in and out of Daphni’s sets for quite some time now, but never officially released.

In addition to the much-anticipated LP, the artist will also be performing a five-hour live DJ set at Fabric, premiering the album and of course mixing the classics. The night is set to be a good’un with a line-up co-collated by Snaith himself, consisting of Mark Ernestus, Mall Grab, and Willow. What better way to celebrate a new Daphni record than a five-hour boogie at Fabric? Listen to ‘Tin’ below.

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