Andrew Weatherall's remixes for Heavenly Recordings have been compiled on a new album, which will land on Friday 28th January.
A run of charity t-shirts and sweaters printed in memory of the late Andrew Weatherall are on sale.
As part of a fundraising effort from Weatherall's friend and production partner Keith Tenniswood, the merch, which is on sale now via the Rotters Golf Club bandcamp, features a ‘Love and Sabres’ emblem and photo of Weatherall in silver glitter print.
The story of Andrew Weatherall’s ‘Fail we may, sail we must’ track title, tattoo and beloved fan mantra has become the stuff of legend over the past decade. Now, on the anniversary of the Guv’nor’s death, an Irish radio DJ has uncovered more details of the fabled tale.
A book to honour the late-UK music legend Andrew Weatherall is being published through the iconic magazine Jockey Slut.
A mural of the late Andrew Weatherall has appeared in Edinburgh.
The mural to the legendary UK DJ and producer, who tragically passed away earlier this week, has been painted by artist Shona Hardie, and is in the Meadowbank area of Edinburgh.
See the pictures of the mural below, posted by the Edinburgh Music Lovers Twitter account.
One of the most respected, important and influential DJ/producers in our scene, Andrew Weatherall, has passed away. The tragic news was confirmed by his management in the afternoon of Monday 17th February in a short statement. He was 56.
Andrew Weatherall has died, aged 56.
According to a statement shared this afternoon (17th February), the legendary UK DJ and producer passed away in the early hours of this morning following a pulmonary embolism.
Read the full statement from Weatherall’s management below:
Tributes for Weatherall have come from throughout the electronic music community and beyond, celebrating Weatherall not just for his unique influence on UK music, but also for his unique, wise and humorous outlook on life.
Today is the worst of days. Can’t believe it. He was the best of people. A lovely, lovely human being. Hilarious. A fabulous story teller. A man of impeccable taste. An inspiration. A friend. A comrade in arms. It’s so hard to imagine our world without him.
Stevie R & CERPINTXT will release their new collaborative EP on Chapter 24 tomorrow 21st September.
Two driving, charismatic original cuts, ‘Madilo’ and ‘Red Lemon’ make this an EP that is immediately striking and one that will result in many a stand-out moment on the dancefloor. It’s certainly already been doing so, having been given the Andrew Weatherall seal when he refered to the tracks as “a right pair of dirty shunters!"
After an outstanding set at AVA Festival, Armagh’s own Holly Lester has emerged as one of 2018’s most noteworthy names to watch. Bequeathed with a pair of CDJs at 14, Lester cut her teeth on electro and progressive house before bouncing between jungle, d&b and hard dance amongst other fast-paced cuts over the years.
Miss Red is an outsider, descended from an immigrant Polish family who “were getting shit ‘cause they were Jewish” when they lived in Morocco, but also for being North African while living in Israel. Eventually leaving Israel, the fierce MC spent time in London and Berlin and became a regular part of The Bug’s touring line-up. For that reason, he has produced her debut album, ‘K.O.’, which does indeed deliver many knockout punches.
The electro-techno contortions of Solid Blake are generating shockwaves deep in the underground. The creation of Copenhagen-based Glaswegian Emma Blake, it was when she moved to the Danish capital (after several years working at Glasgow’s Subcity Radio) that she became emboldened to make her own material and begin playing out more.
Snapped up by Med School, Flexout Audio and Beat Machine relatively early on in his career, Lynch Kingsley has been thrust into the limelight with a sound that manages to artfully combine psychedelic d&b with a juke/jungle aesthetic to create an atmospheric, almost cinematic quality to each of his tracks.
New York’s Abby Echiverri only released her first solo EP in June, but you’d be hard pushed to find a more accomplished debut. Arriving on The Bunker — after a track on the label’s 15 Years Of compilation earlier in 2018 — all four hardware-based tracks reimagine broken beat, techno and electro in refreshing new ways. They swing low, with booming kicks and modulated percussive lines that are all masterfully de ned and pack a visceral punch with equal cerebral clout.
“One of my favourite emotions is surprise and, for me, a good DJ is a master in the element of surprise,” says The Netherlands’ rising DJ Merel, to explain her wildly diverse but always cohesive sets. “This is my ultimate goal when I play music.” Originally from the small city of Leiden, but now Amsterdam-based, Merel ten Braak has generated hype thanks to her appearances on Red Light Radio and rapidly increasing schedule of gigs across Europe.