Dilate's back with more of his nutty designs. Once again, like his previous Dubz Audio release late last year, it's grottier than a night out with a bunch of weightlifters on white cider. Twisted, heavy, face screwing but madly addictive; both cuts here blaze with strong singalong riffs that will rattle around your brain for days with all their metallic swampy charm. "Velocity" hits more of a rasping laser lick while "Takeoff" is all about the soggy wet riff. Both absolutely annihilate.