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“Wizards In Dub” – Invasion vs Shackleton (LEss Music) [SINGLE] September 24, 2009

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TITLE: Wizards In Dub / ARTIST: Invasion vs Shackleton / LABEL: Less Music

1. Wizards In Dub Part 1
2. Wizards In Dub Part 2

Brand new remixes from dubstep pioneer Shackleton on this, the début release from Less Music. It’s the brand new sister label to This Is Music (who’s releases last year included Mujava‘s “Township Funk“, Graham Massey‘s “Sisters Of Transistors” and riff heavy metallers Invasion), A&R’d by This Is Music‘s very own Luke Williams, and dedicated to releasing music too esoteric for the main label. This completes a trio: This Is Music, More Music (which will focus on all things dance music) and Less Music.

Wizards In Dub” is a two part remix / rework, which comprises elements from two different tracks: “Follow The Smoke” and “Six Red Wizards“, taken from Invasion’s début album “The Master Alchemist“. This album was recorded in 4 days at Toerag studios in Hackney all to tape, and the parts were sent to Shackleton with a brief to do whatever he wanted.

He’s come up with a slice of future minimal dub, featuring layered vocals that move in and out of phase over distorted feedback loops. If you require any further info on this project please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

If you would like some more information or you want to preview or review this release and would like to receive a promo copy, please contact lou@rocketsciencemedia.com or glenn@rocketsciencemedia.com

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