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Boomkat Product Review:
Shackleton continues the creative sprawl of his post-Skull Disco output with another knotty pair of slow, longform experiments, this time featuring gong-like electronic texturing complete with a phased & screwed vocal voiceover and spongiform Gamelan patterns that somehow end up nearing Talk Talk dimensions of improvised, interwoven beauty.
As with mostly all Shackleton productions, the first thing that hits you is clarity and precision; every note is expansive and luxurious. ‘Time Moving’ spans the A-side and does that richly textured thing beautifully, just as you allow yourself to zone-out, swirling brass instruments, melodica and even more percussive layers take things into another level, you could almost be listening to some Spirit of Eden outtake.
‘Waves’ on the flip heaves the tuning into something a little more unsteady, ditching the rhythm almost entirely in favour of dense atmospherics and scattered strings across its 9 minute span.