The CD is accompanied by a DVD, which on this evidence ought to be well worth watching. Three decks, mixed live, 45 tracks - no chance of getting bored here! And Mill's mixing sounds so fresh and inventive he reels you in and has you hooked.
A good number of these tracks are from his own Axis label, but there are some notable surprises, for instance the string-laden chords of Alan Barratt's 'Zulu Nation Part IX', or the Latino beats of Victor Simonelli's 'Bateria'. The moody sound of Oscar Mulero's 'B2 From CR007' is more what I would have associated with Mills, rather than the lazy trumpet of Danilo Vigorito's 'Knap'.
One drawback with Exhibitionist is the speed with which it moves - barely has a track had time to get going then it's on to the next one. However this also proves to be a huge advantage in this tour de force of mixing, Mills keeping a tight control on his material and somehow making it all hang together coherently.
A mix that demands to be heard, even if it might make some of you techno DJs weep over your headphones!