• Milanese - Adapt

    Reviewed by Boomkat

    Milanese - Adapt

    This 8-track CD clocks in at just under 40 minutes and features remixes of tracks taken off the "Extend" album from Clark, Distance, Venger and Hrdvsion, plus a handful of new pieces, including "Double Face" which features the vocals of Kate Kestrel. The first remix comes from Hrdvsion, the nom de plume of Nathan Jonson (brother of Matthew no less), an artist who has long had more of an interest in complex rhythm structures than his better-known sibling, something
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  • Milanese - Adapt

    Reviewed by Dazed and Confused

    Milanese - Adapt

    Planet Mu's master of ragglitchtronika (sorry) returns with a head-splitting, speaker breaking, eight-track re-dub of his recent and rather excellent LP, 'Extend'. Featuring remixes from Clark, Venger and a few other bass invaders, it ups the ante when it comes to socially unacceptable music. Good for gurners, bad for Grannies.

  • Milanese - Adapt

    Reviewed by XLR8R

    Milanese - Adapt

    Birmingham, UK's reputation as a bombed-out, concrete wasteland is slowly changing, but you'd never know that listening to the music of Steve Milanese. After leaving London in favour of the birthplace of Judas Priest, Godflesh, and Duran Duran three years ago, Milanese and his friends found themselves desperate and miserable. "I wrote alot of angry music here 'cos i was broke" he says. "And when i had to finally get a job it really sucked. But i think i had to go
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  • Milanese - Adapt

    Reviewed by Stylus Magazine

    Milanese - Adapt

    Adapt begins with the sound of warm pirate radio crackle, but expectations of a soulful, Burial-esque affair are shattered within about four seconds, as a torrent of thunderous grimy beats blare forth like Godzilla emerging from beneath the concrete of southern London. Distorted, ragga-informed vocals resemble a malicious, bestial roar, mocking the suffering of anyone stupid enough to get in the way, while police-siren synths add to the confused chaos.

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