So Malleable - Milanese - 1Up (Vinyl)

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  1. Bajas Reply
    This extended e.p, the follow up to Milanese’s wicked debut album “Extend”, features remixes of said album’s tracks (and remixes from 1Up, his Warp release) from Chris Clark, DJ Distance and Hrdvsion plus Milanese himself. Also includes bonus new track ‘Double Face’ featuring the vocals of Kate Kestrel Dubby industrial Grime Ragga. 01 Mr [ ].
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    Milanese's profile including the latest music, albums, songs, music videos and more updates.
  4. Gardashicage Reply
    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'. Missing: So Malleable.
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    Warp20, a Various Artists Compilation. Released 5 October on Warp (catalog no. WARP20⁰; Vinyl 10"). Genres: IDM. Featured peformers: Yes Studio (art direction, design), Metropolitan Works (aka_text artwork role_id aka_text), Bernard Ryan .
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    In addition, Warp20 (Infinite) will now be presented on 2 x laser-etched 10" vinyl for added collectibility, but with the same amount of loops as originally intended. Only a few days remain on derteforcioucarbuetalejefanmope.coinfo's special preorder offer, where you can get a Missing: So Malleable.
  8. Vokree Reply
    Oct 07,  · On his debut for Warp, Milanese puts his bass in your face on 1UP. The breaks on "Billy Hologram" are accompanied by his distorted vocals, while "So Malleable" takes on some ragga flavor. "Cowboy" is relatively sedate, with more of an electro feel, despite some occasional jungle percussion rattling in the background/5(80).

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