Boomkat Product Review:
'Soundboy's Suicide Note' finds Shackleton and Appleblim's groundbreaking Skull Disco imprint finally reach its 10th release. Shackleton takes over duties with four tracks of the darkest Skull Disco styles to date, finally committing the oppressive echo chamber tripper 'The Rope Tightens' to wax, and allowing the rest of the world to share in it's glorious misery. Acting as a two-part show on the A-side, 'But the branch is weak' follows from 'The Rope...' with another classic Shackleton track formed from horrifically grim synthlines and a claustrophobic bassline delivered from some dark as f**k nether regions. The final side bears the rapidly decaying fruit of 'In the void' and the narrowed bandwidth of 'Shortwave' with an agitated hardsteppers rhythm attempting to resist the final conclusion of its self imposed bone box burial. It's another dark destroyer from this forever righteous imprint..... KILLER!