Spank Rock’s edition of the now-famed FabricLive series is fine, fortified junk food for the soul. The B-More crew typically delivers hip-hop that sounds like it’s powered by stolen streetlight electricity. This DJ mix enters an alternate universe where yuppie-rock classics by Yes and The Romantics click into post-DFA grooves and ride alongside reminders that electroclash didn’t always curse the earth it walked upon (i.e. Miss Kittin’s “Stock Exchange Woman”). The sleaze element is ripe here, but the impromptu raps that call for sing-alongs or brag about being badass sometimes upset the mix’s flow: Such a sin befouls Kano’s Italo-disco classic “I’m Ready.” Otherwise, drink deep and don’t drive.