McMillan has been a mainstay of the British breakbeat scene since he was 15, and it shows: his latest album coheres without slipping into homogeneity, the smooth mixing seeming near-effortless. This disc comprises eleven tracks, including work from McMillan and longtime collaborator Adam McEvoy (billed as McMillan and Tab), Meat Katie and Lee Coombs. The result is a techy breakbeat album that travels from an atmospheric start with Klaus’s “The Big Man” through darker (sometimes bongo-laced) offerings, reaching near a close with Katie and Coombs’s appropriately titled “Not House Music.” McMillan proves again why he’s had such staying power.