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Boomkat Product Review:
Dubstep electronix hero Milanese steps back into the fray with his second album for Planet Mu. His grimy-electro influenced take on Dubstep has been much imitated since the release of his '1Up' album for Warp and Mu's 'Extend' so he's found himself a crew of vocal collaborators and like minded producers to shape up the next evolution in the Milanese sound with 'Lockout'. Now working seperately to his previous collaborators Various Production, he still shares a healthy love of vocals, represented with contributions from Ben Sharpa, RQM & Oliver Grimball added to whatever urban dance style Milanese decides to sink his skills into. His mix of Baby Blue takes hyper modified grime and adds helium pitched vox to his twisted-metal rhythms and 'Wonderful World' sounds like hardstepping garage from 2020. The Untold remix of 'The End' replaces the grimy digital contortions with hard plastic drums and his usual approach to clinically spacious arrangements while Milanese's own remix of Unique 3's 'Take This Love' sounds like Various in a hype mood. It'll hit the spot for any gnarled grime and dubstep electronica heads and probably annoy your neighbours in the process. Ace.