The speed with which Black Milk has been working since his self-imposed hiatus a few years ago is pretty breathtaking and the best part is the quality hasn’t been hindered. No Poison No Paradise was a hit with fans and critics alike in 2013 as was his Glitches In The Break EP from earlier this year but with a new LP out in a few months – If There’s Hell Below – we’ve been blessed with a cut from the album. Detroit’s New Dance Show takes things back to Black Milk’s native musical roots, heavy on the electro bounce. It’s fantastic to hear Black going down a slightly different road and harnessing the electronic vibe he held close to him on Tronic. The sign of a true genius.
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