The producer will address the issue that’s left the electronic music community deeply hurt this week.
Four Tet (aka Kieran Hebden) has been invited by Mayor Sadiq Khan to London’s city hall to speak about “the London club situation” and the recent closure of Fabric.
Yesterday, as many electronic artists expressed their remorse and frustration over Fabric’s fate, Four Tet tweeted that he’d sent a direct message to Mayor Khan, but heard nothing back.
“He is failing right now,” the producer wrote. Khan seems to have gotten the message, as Hebden tweeted an update today about the invite.
The details of the meeting are unclear as of now, but read the tweets below and check back in for updates.
I sent DM to @SadiqKhan about Fabric but no response. He is failing right now.
— Four Tet (@FourTet) September 7, 2016
Sadiq Khan has DMed me back now and invited me to city hall to share my views on Fabric and London club situation.
— Four Tet (@FourTet) September 8, 2016
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