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  1. Mazukinos
    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
  2. Zuzilkree
    Feb 25,  · Provided to YouTube by The state51 Conspiracy Introduction · Andrew Weatherall Convenanza ℗ Rotters Golf Club Released on: Composer: Andrew Weatherall Music Publisher: Cacophony.
  3. Kak
    ‎Album · · 11 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free.
  4. Tozshura
    Consolamentum, an Album by Andrew Weatherall. Released 21 October on Rotters Golf Club (catalog no. RGCCD; CD). Genres: Dub, Electronic. Featured peformers: Andrew Weatherall (songwriter), Nina Walsh (songwriter), Noel Summerville (mastering).
  5. Tygonos
    Andrew Weatherall. Andrew Weatherall carved out a well-respected career in British techno. As a producer moving from the sounds of Madchester to downbeat to experimental techno through the '90s, Weatherall could've easily ridden the big beat (Chemical Brothers) or high-profile DJ waves at the end of the decade, choosing instead to pursue — and in many ways define — a more cutting-edge, IDM.
  6. Kazisar
    Andrew Weatherall will release a new remix album in October. Consolamentum comes half a year after Convenanza, which was the UK veteran's first solo album since Said to be "the sound of Andrew Weatherall looking back at the clutter of a life thoroughly lived," Convenanza incorporated ideas and sounds from EBM, indie rock and punk. Now it's being given an equally wide-ranging makeover.
  7. JoJogrel
    If Convenanza felt like a culmination of the many sounds Andrew Weatherall has explored during his career, then the remix album Consolamentum feels like a gathering of like-minded friends. Chief among the artists reworking Convenanza's blend of dance, punk, and indie are David Holmes, who transforms "We Count the Stars" into bubbly, disco-tinged pop under his Unloved alias; Bernard Fevre of.
  8. Tujinn
    Oct 21,  · If ‘Convenanza’, released in February, was a distillation of all Andrew Weatherall’s influences in one place then ‘Consolamentum’ takes that instinct a step further. Here he invites friends old and new to rework the tracks from Convenanza in their own style.

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