2012 release. Kasra Mowlavi has a reputation for possessing impeccable taste. His Critical Music label has been home to some of the most forward-thinking drum 'n' bass since the label's inception back in 2002, and Mowlavi continues to stretch tired expectations of the genre by housing work from esteemed new school producers like Rockwell, Sabre, Foreign Concept, and Enei. A full circle progression from early releases by Calibre, Breakage and Icicle, it's a testament to Kasra's outlook that Critical's integrity remains unblemished after 10 years of releasing music. It hasn't ever waned or deviated from its original goal of releasing quality drum 'n' bass, properly and without compromise; and that's something he's constantly projected -- in three compilations he's compiled on Critical to date and throughout the tracklisting that makes up FabricLive.62. Flicking through passages of inspired experimentalism, heady rollers, junglist tangents, and apocalyptic breakbeats with stylized panache, Kasra's ascension on the dancefloor couldn't possibly be cemented any harder. After working club spaces the world over for a number of years, FabricLive.62 marks Kasra out as a gifted DJ and a man with infallible judgment and the necessary means to use it properly. Artists include: Rockwell, Foreign Concept, Dub Phizix, Phace & Noisia, Hybris, Sabre, Stray & Halogenix feat. Frank Carter III, Mortem, Alix Perez, Break, Judda, Enei, Bladerunner, S.P.Y., Commix, Klute, Xtrah, Icicle & Rockwell, June Miller & Proxima, MC DRS, Mark System, and Mikal.