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Found 11 results

  1. https://thequietus.com/articles/27832-andrew-weatherall-dead Don't have anything to say, this is terrible. RIP.
  2. Andrew's first posthumous release. "Remixes on the digital edition from Andrew’s Two Lone Swordsmen partner Keith Tenniswood, and Lithuanian taste-maker Manfredas." https://byrdout.bandcamp.com/album/unknown-plunderer-end-times-sound
  3. i only have virus with shoes but i love it. what should i get next?
  4. Nice electro grooves from Mr Weatherall. http://www.arcade-sound.com/collections/products-of-the-week/products/the-woodleigh-research-facility-the-phoenix-suburb-and-other-stories-pre-order https://bleep.com/release/65019-the-woodleigh-research-facility-the-phoenix-suburb-and-other-stories
  5. It seems like I've never been able to find that much top-notch electro music, and "Tiny Reminders" pretty much defines the genre for me. Of course Drexciya is legend. Radioactive Man has some great material, Decal and Silicon Scally do too. Other than that, who are some kickass electro musicians I might enjoy based on those I listed above? Any albums specifically that you think are superior to Tiny Reminders? Thanks WATTM!
  6. Just got an email about this, I want to hear Blurb... The outstanding new album from Andrew Weatherall and Timothy J. Fairplay is out now in Japan and will be available in the rest of the world from 4th February. If you can't wait that long we will be selling it from Monday 21st January, CD and LP from our physical store here and downloads here.
  7. Line-up says it all. 8 hours of Andrew Weatherall b2b with Sean Johnston in room 1! Legowelt et al in room 2! Funktion 1 stacks in both of those small concrete rooms..... lovely
  8. "Mr. Weatherall requires no introduction if you're over the age of 25 and have even a passing interest in club music. For everyone else he's the guy behind Primal Scream's definitive '90s LP 'Screamadelica' and one of the most respected wax collectors in the world. For his 'Masterpiece' he draws for no less than six of his own remixes out of 12 on offer. They include his chugging overhauls of Grinderman, The Horrors, Wooden Shjips, and the aforementioned Primals, plus a strolling pace rework of Timothy J Fairplay and a Big Beat Rockers remix of Toddla T & Roots Manuva's 'Watch Me Dance'. C
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    Two lone swordsmen

    anybody remember these guys from back when warp records put out interesting electronic music? really liked their style, was very simple and had interesting beats and samples that didnt sound like someone else's music. and the bass lines were solid man, as if they'd put a lot of thought into their tracks
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