Fabric’s Closure & The Rise Of A New British Puritanism

 

This past Tuesday evening Islington Council revoked the licence of Fabric nightclub, putting nearly 300 people out of work and ending an institution that has fostered so many musical careers as it brought millions together in the communal joy of the dancefloor. The police naming their surveillance operation inside the club Operation Lenor arguably suggests a gigantic stitch-up, just the latest in a long line of club closures that have blighted London in recent years

READ FULL STORY AT Source: The Quietus | Opinion | Black Sky Thinking | Fabric’s Closure & The Rise Of A New British Puritanism

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