Shackleton will release a new nine-track 3×12" package entitled Three EPs on October 12, according to Resident Advisor

It’s not his first contribution to Zip’s Berlin-based minimal techno label: his sumptuous remix of Villalobos’s ‘Minimoonstar’ appeared on there last year. It’s a fitting link-up, at any rate – Shackleton’s sound has long been evolving away from "dubstep", if his brand of intense percussive psychedelia could ever have been described as such.

You can listen to samples of all nine tracks over at Word And Sound’s site now

Speaking to RA over e-mail Shackleton had the following to say:

"I like Perlon’s approach generally. There’sno hype and the emphasis is on the music. I had a lot of tracks andasked Zip if he liked any of them. He said that he liked quite a few. Iwas pleased about that as I wasn’t too confident. He chose the ones heliked best and then I had a listen and then tweaked them a bit."

Explaining his decision to call the release Three EPs, he simply adds, "Album seems a bit over thetop and would do well to have a concept behind it. With this I justlike the tunes and hope that others will too."

Read the full interview, in which the now Berlin-based Lancashireman talks about an upcoming collaboration with German painter Jürgen Böttcher, here.


A1 (No More) Negative ThoughtsB1 Let GoB2 It’s Time For LoveC1 Mountains Of AshesC2 There’s A Slow Train ComingD1 Moon Over Joseph’s BurialE1 Asha In The TabernacleF1 Trembling LeafF2 Something Has Got To Give



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