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Fabric 55 [Slipcase]

Album: Fabric 55 [Slipcase]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Come Up - (previously unreleased)
2)    Moon Over Joseph's Burial
3)    Hypno Angel
4)    Visontele - (previously unreleased)
5)    Interlude: Blood Rhythm with Wishy Drones - (previously unreleased)
6)    Operatic Waves - (previously unreleased)
7)    Closeness to Nature - (previously unreleased)
8)    Negative Thoughts
9)    Death Is Not Final
10)    International Fires - (previously unreleased)
11)    Paper
12)    Deadman - (previously unreleased)
13)    Interlude: Point One, Sense It - (previously unreleased)
14)    Man on a String, Pt. 1
15)    Man on a String, Pt. 2
16)    Ice - (previously unreleased)
17)    Busted Spirit - (previously unreleased)
18)    Bottles - (previously unreleased)
19)    New Dawn
20)    Something Has Got to Give
21)    Massacre
22)    Stripped - (previously unreleased)
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Performer Notes
  • Sam Shackleton masked the significance of his first full-length by titling it Three EPs. Here, he does something similarly perverse; rather than use the Fabric platform to show off his record bag, he pulls a Villalobos (Fabric 36) and mixes his own productions -- 12 new tracks and ten exclusive versions. When heard from a distance, or with an extreme preference for genre-hopping mixes tailored for short attention spans, Fabric 55 can sound just like a 74-minute stream of directionless pitter-patter. There is no buildup. So, there is no peak, and therefore no comedown. There's no standard boom-tick, either. It's more like a psychedelic labyrinth of sinewy percussion and mind-bending, reverb-augmented effects, one in which unintelligible whispers, spectral chants, and clearly spoken bits -- like a woman reading from the Book of Revelations -- occasionally poke through. The titles, whether vivid ( "Moon Over Joseph's Burial") or blunt ("Massacre"), reflect the ominous sonic disposition, and when locked into the grain of these restlessly shifting layers of percussion, the effect is exhilarating. Had Shackleton been releasing this kind of material in 2002, he might have been classified as tribal microhouse. In the strictly descriptive sense, Fabric 55 is abstract sample-based dance music, but it's an utterly unique strain that defies easy categorization. ~ Andy Kellman
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