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Boomkat Product Review:
Some four years since their debut, Martin Clark aka pivotal blogger/DJ/broadcaster Blackdown, and Dan Frampton aka production spar Dusk drop a wicked 2nd LP 'pon ya. In the time since their debut the scene has changed considerably and they've matched developments in their very own way, dallying with variations of 4/4 House and broken garage, eski and R&G, while pretty much leaving the halfstep thing for dead. And compared with their previous work, they've largely eschewed guest collaborations in favour of really honing their own style to a hard-bodied (dasa)flex. However there are some notable inclusions, none more so than an instantly recognisable Burial on 'High Road', whose FM signal-strafing crackles and clipped 2-step patterns make it an album highlight, while Farrah makes an elegant appearance on opener 'Lonely Moon (Android Heartbreak)' and there are further spots from GQ on the raving 'Wicked Vibes' and Marcus Nasty's MC Shantie on 'Next Generation'. If you ask us doe, the best moments are easily the robotic, technoid dub of 'We Ain't Beggin'' or the striking, Timbaland-esque sound design of 'R In Zero G'. In all it's a marked step fwd and makes, in our opinion, for their best material yet.