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In the world of drum & 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 these boundaries and building from the ground up, creating a more open musical plane. By setting his own parameters, Zero T not only explores the full spectrum of sounds within D&B, but expands beyond it with his forward-thinking, intricately textured and overtly musical sound. It comes as little wonder that Zero T's absorbed such a plethora of wide-spanning influences that diffuse through his own music, amalgamating to create something unique and, in a word, peerless. Music is something that has surrounded the talented artist from his earliest days: from growing up alongside his father's ever-expanding blue note jazz collection, to being tutored by his older brother's multi-instrumental musicianship, to his exposure to jungle through older friends, to an entirely fortuitous meeting with fellow Irish D&B artist Calibre.

"It seems that here in the UK, strict genres and the rigidity of DJing are both melting away. Now it's normal for me to switch tempos in a D&B set, and it's just as normal for Skream and Benga to play a D&B tune - which is healthy. Hopefully it's going to turn back into just UK bass music, with tempos being flexible. It really opens you up as a DJ when you can play a good tune at the right time, instead of being obsessed with double drops and stupid timings." Zero T

'FABRICLIVE 52: Zero T' seamlessly connects the dots between the different facets of his sound with aplomb, deftly moving through tempos and styles to create a beautifully crafted mix. Fusing a wide spectrum of styles with ease, Zero T simultaneously 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 & bass, it effortlessly takes in dubstep, garage, house and hip hop along the way. Further ensuring its durability, it hosts a healthy smattering of exclusives throughout: Lemon D, Dillinja, Break, Calibre, and extremely special versions of tunes from Icicle and Paradox - never to be heard anywhere else.


01 Paradox - A Certain Sound (Alaska & Paradox Lost DAT Mix) [Paradox]
02 Kabuki & Jeru The Damaja - Watch Your Step (Need For Mirrors VIP Mix) [V]
03 Ulterior Motive - Seven Segments [unreleased]
04 Slam - Positive Education (Zero T Remix) [Soma]
05 Lynx & Kemo - You Are Being Lied To [Detail]
06 Icicle - Ocular [Shogun Audio]
07 Zero T feat. Script - Guessing Games [Footprints]
08 System - Speed of Light [Footprints]
09 Lemonde - Heaven [Valve]
10 Jubei - Distrust [Shogun Audio]
11 Break - Wine [Symmetry]
12 All Thieves - Stars (Zero T Remix) [Larkin’ Around]
13 Need For Mirrors - Sick In The Head [Footprints]
14 Rockwell - Everything (& U) [Darkestral]
15 Artificial Intelligence & Krust - Audio Assault [V]
16 Fracture & Neptune - The Limit [Astrophonica]
17 Dillinja - When Love [Valve]
18 Zero T feat. Steo - Walk Away (Zero T Reprint) [CIA]
19 Genotype - Dubsoca [unreleased]
20 Commix - Japanese Electronics (Instra:Mental Remix) [Metalheadz]
21 SP:MC & Joker D - Down [unreleased]
22 Icicle - Xylophobia [Shogun Audio]
23 Compound One - Pum Pum Beat [Compound One]
24 Sia - Little Man (Exemen Remix) [Long Lost Brother]
25 Ation - Missing You [unreleased]
26 Equinox - Space Dub [Scientific Wax]
27 Marcus Intalex - 21 [Soul:r]
28 Calibre - Reach [Unreleased]
29 Reds feat. Tehbis & Fee Lups - Green Lanes [Footprints]