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This Months Wire magazine cover star Shackleton drops the first 12" on his new label Woe To The Septic Heart and as expected it's a highly percussive affair. Expertly working the rhythms into a complex multi-layered track with tons going on, it builds with a massive slowly emerging synth and gets really intense then drops back down to some congas and african drums while he tweaks the filters. Now ...

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8/10 Ant Staff review, 12 November 2010

This Months Wire magazine cover star Shackleton drops the first 12" on his new label Woe To The Septic Heart and as expected it's a highly percussive affair. Expertly working the rhythms into a complex multi-layered track with tons going on, it builds with a massive slowly emerging synth and gets really intense then drops back down to some congas and african drums while he tweaks the filters. Now lots of elements I really do enjoy but I'm faced with the problem that I often get with Shackleton and that is that I'm reminded of headshop ethnic comedown music and someone wearing Aztec print trousers playing bongos over psychedelic chill out dub music at 5AM. The flipside is a little more energetic with slow sub bass action. Tidy sleeve from the guy that did the Skull Disco artwork.


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