|2.||"Trench Gun" (5:37)|
|1.||"Septieme Seur" (5:19)|
Sweeping up the demolition caused by his E-Fax EP as SENATE (with fellow Melbourne beat meddler Carmel), Consulate returns to Bitterfield with four remarkable fractured departures. Techno in spirit, breaks in a physical sense, there's a persistency and urgent loopiness running throughout on each track. That stabby chant on "Largs", those "Pulse-X" style depth plunge bass tones on "Trench Gun", and the rifle-like snare roll on the much deeper, mournful and almost Orbitalesque "Septieme Seur" are all fine examples. But for the most urgent, persistent experience of the EP he's saved the darkest jam for last; "Bloodline", a gritty, stern jungle piece that opens up into an almighty breakbeat crescendo right when you least expect it. Don't be bitter, be Bitterfield.
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