Having firmly established Convex Industries with a series of artist focused EPs and album projects from Alex Smoke, Femme En Fourrure, label boss Jon Convex signals a widening of scope with the launch of Zero Point, a new series of mixed artist releases. The debut transmission, deftly called Zero Point One, sets the standard for the series with Jimmy Edgar, J Tijn, Wraetlic, Sei A and Convex himself featured amongst the six tracks. Lead track "Move" sees Convex and Edgar join forces with typically bombastic results, as Edgar's slightly sinister voice intones "Move Your Body" over a vicious, bass heavy tech throb. "Incapacity Benefit" from Wraetlic finds Alex Smoke in stripped back mood which contrasts nicely with the building euphoria of Convex's solo cut "Day After Day". Productions from Turbo duo Sei A and J Tijn lend Zero Point One some broken grit with the latter's "Rough Edges" perhaps the outstanding contribution.