2010 release. In the world of drum 'n' bass, a scene all too often segregated by superficially constructed genre confines, Zero T stands as a figurehead for a new breed of producers tearing down boundaries and building from the ground up, creating a more open musical plane. Fabriclive.52 seamlessly connects the dots between different facets of Zero T's sound, deftly moving through tempos and styles to create a beautifully crafted mix. Fusing a wide spectrum of styles with ease, Zero T showcases the expansive and diverse possibilities at one's fingertips while highlighting the common threads between them. At once free flowing and precise, the mix takes you on a journey through an intoxicating world of sound, veering from the ominous to the uplifting, the paranoid to the soulful. Expanding its appeal beyond the limitations of drum 'n' bass, it effortlessly takes in dubstep, garage, house, and hip hop. Further ensuring its durability, it hosts a healthy smattering of exclusives from Lemonde, Dillinja, Break, Calibre, and extremely special versions of tunes from Icicle and Paradox -- never to be heard anywhere else. Other artists include: Kabuki & Jeru The Damaja, Ulterior Motive, Slam, Lynx & Kemo, System, Jubei, All Thieves, Need For Mirrors, Rockwell, Artificial Intelligence & Krust, Fracture & Neptune, Genotype, Commix, SP:MC & Joker D, Compound One, Sia, Aktion, Equinox, Marcus Intalex, and Reds.