Bitter End emerge from the ashes of 2016 with a message of positivity and protest beamed from the near future.
Keen eyed aficionado’s may spot the homage to Mel Cheron’s classic US label West End Records here. But while their motto may have been ‘Where The Sun Sets & The Stars Rise’ Bitter End Records embarks on a distinctly more 21st century path to dancefloor salvation…
003 sees a welcome return to utilising the full sonic reach of the 12″ single, with these two 21st century power-dancers for strobe-lit moments of praise. ‘Can’t Stop’ explores a Walter Gibbons approach to teasing a groove to within an inch of its life, and WHAT a groove.
The Disco at the end of the universe may well be beaming this one up, such is its sheer intergalactic and unrelenting bad assery.
Flip for Fat Of The Land is a gorgeous and utterly absorbing, stripped back modern hymn.