2010 release. Pigeonholes are gracefully obliterated, and Drop The Lime's signature all-in-the-box DJing style is encompassed on the thrilling, adventurous FabricLive.53. As with all DTL mixes, the most unlikely beats and artists suddenly make perfect sense alongside one another: the raw 303s of Maurice introduce acid to Untold's future bump, Drop The Lime's own housey summer hit "Sex Sax" steps and twirls to the swing of Bill Haley & His Comets, and the glittery synth pop of Little Jinder fades into the melodic grace of Reso's dubbed-out ambience. Filled with teasings of Drop The Lime's newest work, and of course his unmistakable vocals, overall the mix is every bit as rare and passionate -- and unpredictable -- as the charismatic artist himself. Other artists include: Supra 1, Nouveau Yorican, Melé, Nadastrom, WAFA, Autoerotique, Berou & Canblaster, French Fries, Slick Wick Crew, The Strangeloves, Foamo, Zombies For Money, Adonis, Mosca, Femme En Fourrure, Tom Piper & Blaze Tripp, Baobinga feat. DJ Nasty, L-Vis 1990, TRG, Villa, AC Slater, and Reso.