Sherelle

Fabric Presents Sherelle

November 26, 2021

Club/Dance

All of Sherelle's mixes and live DJ sets are incredible, and her first commercially issued mix (for Fabric) amazingly retains the energy of her sessions for Dekmantel, Boiler Room, Bang Face, and others. Seamlessly blending oldskool breakbeat hardcore and jungle tracks with newer productions in the same spirit, her aggressive yet ecstatic mixes draw connections between the U.K.-bred rave scenes and Chicago's juke and footwork communities.

- Paul Simpson

October Country

October Country

1968

This 1968 album embodies that honest fun typical of our modern idealizations of the era. laced with just a hint of rebellion in some of the occult-like lyrical choices and anti-war sentiment to keep it relevant. The brightness of the horns, and prominent electric bass result in October Country’s album. October Country is ideal for some warm afternoon walks as we approach the month responsible for the album and band’s name.

- Mivick Smith