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shackleton / appleblim - Soundboy's Ashes Get Chopped Out And Snorted
Back in stock! Skull Disco 6 finally available!!! New Skull Disco 12"s are always more than welcome round these parts, consistently providing us with an entry into the darker recesses of the dubstep psyche and constantly upping the ante in a sometimes slow moving scene requiring new directions and ideas. In the early days of DMZ and FWD Laurie and Sam Skull disco were always to be seen skanking out wildstyle to the freshest fwd thinking riddims around, compared to the wall hugging regulars doing their best to hold it back. Interpreting the mandate of dubstep to mean a new method of creating fresh physical movements on the dancefloor (read: not plodding halfstep monotony), Appleblim has reached a new pinnacle with his beat programming by creating a wide open B.C influenced electro-stepper intended for deep dancefloor interpretations. On his share of the plate Shackleton contracts the groove into a claustrophobic headspace, sucked deep under with his unique style of subbass craftsmanship which will only become apparent at neighbour annoying volume levels. As ever the percussion is drawn from somewhere in the mid-east, melodius thunks of labyrinthine micro timbres revolving and evolving into and about themselves with a fluidity pretty much unmatched within the scene. A mention must be given to the extra special artwork from Skull Disco's in-house designer Zeke who has excelled himself with a vision of Egyptian imagery refracted through an acid fried mind, quite brilliant. Skull Disco deliver the full package...killer twelve!