London-based record producer Fabich is someone who has plenty to talk about. One minute he’s casually telling you an anecdote about making music at Bob Marley’s house, the next he’s waxing lyrical about his love of opera, cooking or American pop artists Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein. You only met him a few minutes ago, but already he’s convinced you that you’re in the presence of somebody who thrives on creativity.
Starting out playing music at five years old, Fabich became something of a prodigy, experiencing his first US chart success working as a record producer for platinum-selling R&B and Soul singer-songwriter Lyfe Jennings at the age of just 19. From there the production work flooded in and he became a go-to or some of the biggest US urban and pop chart toppers. As a record producer, he’s worked with a wide range of artists including Sean Kingston, Shaggy and Missy Elliott collaborator, Trina. It’s an eclectic selection, and each experience has helped Fabich learn his craft and decide on his true musical intent.
Now, having notched up a few more years as a successful record producer for other artists, Fabich has made the move to London to pursue his own artist project. Inspired in equal measure by art, design and music, Fabich is as likely to cite influences from Takashi Murakami, Jean Julien and Kitsuné as he is Pharrell Williams, Disclosure, Little Simz, Goldlink and early Timbaland. As a producer, he celebrates electronic music, funk, soul and hip hop, tying them together effortlessly in his music and through his 12 Tracks Tape series of mixtapes, which include guest selections from fellow record producers, artists and creatives.
Now, the London-based record producer is forging his own unique path. Stitching together elements from his past and drawing on the creativity around him, Fabich’s project is as much about art and design as it is about the music. Truly an expression of every type of art that he loves, Fabich’s music, just like the man behind it, has plenty to say.