Review: Consequence's debut for the ever-reliable Tempa comprises of a couple of razor sharp, on point half-step cuts. "Injunction" builds gradually from a stripped back intro of a smacking snare drum and glowering atmospherics into an ominous main part, replete with breathy vocal, bubbling subs and an eerie gloom, becoming almost tribal towards the end. The accompanying "Chamber Music" is just as hypnotic with its hushed chanting, speckled beats and throbbing bass. This is music for the heads, no question.
Review: Just when folks started to think it was safe to come blinking out into the streets again, Skeptical returns with an absolute hurter of a minimal battering ram. Working with Instra:mental's Kid Drama for "Versus #1", the percussion becomes so industrial there's a chance it may actually be scaffolding. Combine it with Kid Drama and Consequence's B-side "Versus #2" there's potential for nightmaes next time you go to be (lay off the cheese), while "Versus #1"'s meticulous logic, relentlessly powering through static and dubby undercurrents of hard rolling drums.