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FORTHCOMING
Andrew Weatherall: A Jockey Slut Tribute
Cat: 800802
 
Paperback book
Notes: Pre-order before 20 November 2020 Release date 10 December 2020 Andrew Weatherall was the acid house generation's most inspiring DJ and producer, renowned for his work on Primal Scream's epoch-defining 'Screamadelica' and his own bands Sabres Of Paradise and Two Lone Swordsmen. As a DJ he was peerless and unpredictable, helming club nights that played techno, rockabilly or music that "never knowingly exceeded 122 bpm."

Weatherall featured in seminal dance music magazine Jockey Slut many times during its lifetime. All his interviews from the publication are included within this tribute to The Guv'nor. Further articles cover the tenure of his professional life from the mid-80s to 2020. They include his beginnings at the influential Boy's Own fanzine, his DJ sets at landmark nights Shoom and Sabresonic, and the plethora of ventures he still had running including the Woodleigh Research Project, A Love From Outer Space and festival Convenanza.

Jockey Slut magazine ran from 1993 - 2004. The influential club culture publication was started by John Burgess and Paul Benney as a self published Manchester based fanzine. It became a monthly when it moved to London in 1999. Jockey Slut was notable for being more music-centric, left-field and irreverent than other dance music magazines. It also bagged some real exclusives during its tenure giving first ever interviews to The Chemical Brothers, Daft Punk and The Avalanches.

Included in the 160 page, perfect bound book edited by founding Jockey Slut editor John Burgess is:

- All Andrew Weatherall's Jockey Slut interviews collated (1993-2004) including Weatherall Gets His Tats Out, I'm A Classic Underachiever, Two Lone Swordsmen and An Audience With... and more.
- Further new features and classic articles from Luke Una, Richard Norris, Kris Needs, Joe Muggs, Jim Butler, Mandi James, Lee Brackstone and more.
- Brand new 10,000+ word oral history of Andrew Weatherall's early years from Shoom & Screamadelica to Sabres of Paradise featuring interviews with Bobby Gillespie, Ed Simons, Danny Rampling, Justin Robertson, Andrew Innes, David Holmes, Keith Tenniswood, Anna Haigh, Terry Farley and more.
- Retrospective of Andrew Weatherall's club nights Sabresonic, Bloodsugar, Double Gone Chapel, Wrong Meeting, A Love From Outer Space by John Burgess.
All proceeds from the book will go to the charities that were important to Andrew Weatherall: Amnesty International, Multiple Sclerosis Society, Thrombosis UK, Crisis.
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Pamela #1
Pamela #1 (12")
Cat: PAM 001. Rel: 08 Apr 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. The Moton 5 (7:28)
  2. Slap & Slide (7:34)
  3. March Violets (6:57)
  4. The Moton 5.2 (6:04)
Review: Nina Walsh was Andrew Weatherall's long time studio partner. Together they worked as the Woodleigh Research Facility and one of their last projects was the tracks that make up the first release on this new label by Moton Records Inc's Dave Jarvis and Darren House. Weatherall wrote the four tacks with assistance from Walsh and of course they are chugging, sparkling, dark disco groovers for the slow motion lovers and astral dreamers out there. "The Moton 5" sets a darkened mood while "Slap & Slide" is all about the trippy lead riff and cosmic synth sounds, "March Violets" is then riddled with twitches, flashes and speaks of brightness before "The Moton 5.2" sinks into a shuffling dub disco swagger.
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Qualia
Qualia (2xLP)
Cat: HNRLP 011. Rel: 30 Mar 20
Electro
  1. Evidence The Enemy (7:13)
  2. Darktown Figures (6:54)
  3. Spreads A Haze (& A Glory) (6:40)
  4. Saturday International (6:24)
  5. Between Stations (6:18)
  6. Soft Estates (7:57)
  7. Selling The Shadow (7:20)
  8. Vorfreude 2 (7:27)
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Consolamentum
Cat: RGCCD 023 . Rel: 28 Oct 16
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. We Count The Stars (Unloved remix)
  2. The Confidence Man (Justin Robertson Deadstock 33s remix)
  3. Frankfurt Advice (Red Axes remix)
  4. The Last Walk (Vox Low Riding The White Horse version)
  5. Disappear (Duncan Gray remix)
  6. Thirteenth Night (Timothy J Fairplay remix)
  7. The Confidence Man (Sons Of Slough remix)
  8. Frankfurt Advice (Heretic remix)
  9. Kicking The River (Solar Bears remix)
  10. The Last Walk (Black Devil Disco Club rework)
Review: Andrew Weatherall's Covenanza full-length, released earlier this year, was rightly praised as an atmospheric, largely impressive fusion of the veteran producer's many disparate influences. For Consolamentum, he's handed over the parts to those album tracks to some of his favourite producers, giving them instructions to stamp their own distinctive styles on his cherished material. The results are naturally impressive, with Timothy J Fairplay, Justin Robertson, Emperor Machine, Red Axes, Scott Fraser and Heretic - a rising star whose productions have been getting major rotations at Lord Sabre's A Love From Outer Space parties - each delivering fine interpretations.
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Convenanza
Cat: RGCCD 022. Rel: 25 Feb 16
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Introduction
  2. Frankfurt Advice
  3. Confidence Man
  4. The Last Walk
  5. Kicking The River
  6. Disappear
  7. We Count The Stars
  8. Thirteenth Night
  9. Ghosts Again
Review: Given the number of projects he's been involved with in recent years - the Asphodells, The Woodleigh Research Facility, acting as programmer to various music festivals - it's not that surprising to find that this is Andrew Weatherall's first solo album since the deliciously fuzzy A Pox On The Pioneers in 2009. According to the accompanying PR blurb, it's the sound of Lord Sabre "looking back at the clutter of a life thoroughly lived and realizing it's too late to tidy it up in any meaningful way". Musically speaking, that effectively means an intoxicating blend of post-punk grooves, shoe-gaze style songs, dubbed-out horn lines, drowsy vocals and the kind of druggy electronica explored so successfully on his A Love From Outer Space collaboration with Sean Johnston.
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