Sorry, they are a dj mix compilation series from a club called Fabric. They have 2 releases - 1 called Fabric currently up to 93, mixed by soulclap. Along with one called Fabriclive currently at 91, mixed by special request.
This is looking as if making these mixes available on the Spotify service is going to be a tough one. Mixes and remixes have the major issue with regards to making sure all artists on the mix release are accurately compensated.
The quickest and easiest way for these two mix series which contain some 184 CD releases to date, making these releases available on the Spotify service would be for the Fabric club or at least each DJ who did the original mixing to make a deal with Dubstep here: http://www.dubset.com/#intro-to-dubset Dubstep has worked out a deal with Spotify to make mixes and remixes available to the Spotify service, and Dubstep works out the complicated nature of making sure all artists highlighted on mixes and remixes are paid accurately from each mix or remix track that is played on the Spotify service.
You also might have a little bit of luck locating more of this club series released content by going directly to the DJ artist pages, and seeing if any of this club mixing was made available with slightly different release titles. I tried a few artist DJ names and looked through what was available on those artist page, but only a couple, I did not turn up much but then again there is allot of content here to dig through to be sure when searching.
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