2010 release. Autonomic, the combination of Bad Company's most musically accomplished member, dBridge, and the single most exciting production outfit to come out of the D&B scene in a decade, Instra:mental -- together they have redefined the notion of drum & bass with FabricLive.50. Appropriately for the 100th title in Fabric's compilation series, this trio have concocted possibly its most revolutionary and forward-thinking collection of tracks. For the better part of the naughties, drum & bass has been looking for an artist to break the confines of the sound's stylistic template, and Autonomic have delivered. FabricLive.50 sums up their last couple of years of work, and represents the work of a collection of producers -- many of whom have delivered tailor-made tracks (Asc, Skream, Actress, Scuba, Genotype) -- who are creating music for dBridge & Instra:mental that redefines what the world knows as drum & bass, for now, they just call the "Autonomic sound." Apart from being a key member of Bad Company, dBridge has gone onto release on some of D&B's biggest and best respected labels including Liquid V, Metalheadz, Bingo and Soul:R. He's also launched his own label Exit Records, which as well as his own music has released music by Steve Spacek, Rufige Kru, Commix, Calibre, and Concord Dawn, amongst others. Instra:mental began making a big impact on the scene around 2007 with their early releases on Darkestral Recordings, which had instant impact for them. Their career trajectory since has been off the scale, and they are the drum & bass' scene's most in-demand artists. Other artists include: Riya, Stray, Dan HabarNam, Vaccine, Consequence, Distance, Alix Perez, Genotype, Meleka, Loxy & Genotype, Pearson Sound, Code 3, Abstract Elements, and Actress.