Limited run of 200 copies
Remixes on the B-side by Ebola (sublight, wrong music) and Chevron (planet mu, adnoiseam)
"Comatone, hailing from Australia, has a ery impressive sound. the delightful 'new seasonal adjustment' shows real depth of production whilst stepping feintly on the lines of heavily intelligent breaks and dubstep. wonderful manipulation of sound and bass over delicately intricate segements. but his 'fracture acid' track is belting!! dropping huge acid hooks, before an onslaught of ten ton breaks crash down and explode the party. this is something, though i'm not sure if it does, should appear in neil 'sir real's sets. ungodly heavy acid, mental breaks, tons of fun. wahey!!!!!
On the remixes is a fine set of producers. chevrons remix of comatones 'not for years' has erupted as a maths drum work out of incessant time signature drops. ebola, well this is one of the cleanest ond most dancefloor tracks i've heard him do. really heavy dubstep and his favourite 8bit sounds perfectly compliment the clear sampling of comatones 'an absorbing colour'. a really compentent and workable track. all in all, a killer ep."
Review By Subcitizen for 'The Night Times' UK
released November 1, 2009
Ebola: Ben Hudson
Chevron: Jon Valentine