12" £7.99 HJP064
12" on Honest Jon's. Includes Morphosis Remix.
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Well I liked the album so much I bought the single too. Yes, this is the extra track on the CD version of their recent collaboration complete with a remix by Morphosis who I'd like to know more info about but with their generic electronic production inclined name I'm not sure where to start searching. Whatever, they turn this curious tune into a ambling cerebral epic of skittering percussion, bass worship, backward-masked vocal smudges, glistening cosmic synth play, woozy twinkles and micro-grooves before the thing evolves into a moody piece of experimental astral techno containing a determined mid-paced kick drum and the kind of improvised widescreen sci-fi bliss-capes that Jamal Moss would conjure up, a real wild odyssey. The original is superb by the way and it's a pleasure to hear it in full vinyl attack mode. Shackleton's signature snaking bass loops and aircraft hangar size dystopian auras mingle with some fucking astonishing phasing, panning and ricocheting synth ripples. Still don't quite get the strange reversed vocal but it matters not. If you're a fan and like to hear this unique style of progressive bass music as it was intended, this baby is for you.
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