Albums

BRC-239 Andrew Weatherall - A Pox On The Pioneers album art Andrew Weatherall A Pox On The Pioneers (Album) Rotters Golf Club BRC-239 Japan 2009 Sell This Version
FSOCC001, FSOCCD001 Andrew Weatherall - Unreal City album art Michael Smith (34) & Andrew Weatherall Michael Smith (34) & Andrew Weatherall - Unreal City(CD, MiniAlbum + 10", S/Sided + Ltd, Boo) Faber & Faber, Faber & Faber FSOCC001, FSOCCD001 UK 2013 Sell This Version
RGCCD023P Andrew Weatherall - Consolamentum album art Andrew Weatherall Consolamentum (Album) Rotters Golf Club RGCCD023P UK 2016 Sell This Version
RGCDL022 Andrew Weatherall - Convenanza album art Andrew Weatherall Convenanza (Album) Rotters Golf Club RGCDL022 Europe 2016 Sell This Version
HNRCAS011 Andrew Weatherall - Qualia album art Andrew Weatherall Qualia (Album) Höga Nord Rekords HNRCAS011 Sweden 2017 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

RGC011MCD Andrew Weatherall - The Bullet Catcher's Apprentice album art Andrew Weatherall The Bullet Catcher's Apprentice (Maxi) Rotters Golf Club RGC011MCD UK 2006 Sell This Version
BYR005 Andrew Weatherall - Kiyadub EP album art Andrew Weatherall Kiyadub EP (EP) ByrdOut BYR005 UK 2017 Sell This Version
RGC014 Andrew Weatherall - Merry Mithrasmas EP album art Andrew Weatherall Merry Mithrasmas EP(12", EP) Rotters Golf Club RGC014 Australia & New Zealand 2017 Sell This Version
BYR012 Andrew Weatherall - Blue Bullet EP album art Andrew Weatherall Blue Bullet EP (EP) ByrdOut BYR012 UK 2018 Sell This Version
Cadiz 12 179 Andrew Weatherall - A Very British Coup album art Jah Wobble Featuring Keith Levene, Richard Dudanski, Mark Stewart, Andrew Weatherall & Youth Jah Wobble Featuring Keith Levene, Richard Dudanski, Mark Stewart, Andrew Weatherall & Youth - A Very British Coup (Single, EP) Cadiz Music Cadiz 12 179 UK 2019 Sell This Version
PAM001 Andrew Weatherall - Pamela #1  album art Andrew Weatherall Pamela #1 Pamela Records (2) PAM001 UK 2020 Sell This Version
BYR023 Andrew Weatherall - Unknown Plunderer / End Times Sound album art Andrew Weatherall Unknown Plunderer / End Times Sound ByrdOut BYR023 UK 2020 Sell This Version

Compilations

NUX 151 Andrew Weatherall - Nine O'Clock Drop album art Andrew Weatherall Nine O'Clock Drop (Comp, Album) Nuphonic NUX 151 UK 2000 Sell This Version
SOMA CD 058 Andrew Weatherall - Sci-Fi-Lo-Fi Vol. 1 album art Andrew Weatherall Sci-Fi-Lo-Fi Vol. 1 (Comp) Soma Quality Recordings SOMA CD 058 UK 2007 Sell This Version
RGCCD016 Andrew Weatherall - Andrew Weatherall Vs The Boardroom album art Andrew Weatherall Vs The Boardroom Andrew Weatherall Vs The Boardroom - Andrew Weatherall Vs The Boardroom (Comp) Rotters Golf Club RGCCD016 UK 2008 Sell This Version
RGCCD 018 Andrew Weatherall - Andrew Weatherall Vs The Boardroom Volume 2 album art Andrew Weatherall Vs The Boardroom Andrew Weatherall Vs The Boardroom - Andrew Weatherall Vs The Boardroom Volume 2 (Comp) Rotters Golf Club RGCCD 018 UK 2009 Sell This Version
GPS80 Andrew Weatherall - Wednesday Feb 8th Gig Freebie album art Andrew Weatherall / Various Andrew Weatherall / Various - Wednesday Feb 8th Gig Freebie(Cass, Comp, Ltd, Num, P/Mixed) The Great Pop Supplement GPS80 UK 2012 Sell This Version

DJ Mixes

none Andrew Weatherall - Progress album art Andy Wheatherall* Progress(Cass, Mixed) Progress Records none UK 1994 Sell This Version
B2B CD1 Andrew Weatherall - Back To Basics: Cut The Crap album art Derrick Carter / Andrew Weatherall / Ralph Lawson Derrick Carter / Andrew Weatherall / Ralph Lawson - Back To Basics: Cut The Crap(3xCD, Comp, Mixed + Box) Back To Basics, 6 x 6 Records B2B CD1 UK 1995 Sell This Version
none Andrew Weatherall - Haywire Vol II album art Andrew Weatherall / Daz Quayle Andrew Weatherall / Daz Quayle - Haywire Vol II(Cass, Comp, Mixed) Not On Label none UK 1997 Sell This Version
none Andrew Weatherall - Haywire Vol IV album art Andrew Weatherall Haywire Vol IV(Cass, Comp, Mixed) Not On Label none UK 1998 Sell This Version
none Andrew Weatherall - Slow Your Circulation album art Andrew Weatherall Slow Your Circulation(Cass, Mixed, C90) Firewire none UK 1998 Sell This Version
none Andrew Weatherall - Blood Sugar lll album art Andrew Weatherall Blood Sugar lll(Cass, Comp, Mixed) Not On Label none UK 1998 Sell This Version
REACT LP 152 Andrew Weatherall - Live At The Social Volume 3 album art Andrew Weatherall & Richard Fearless Andrew Weatherall & Richard Fearless - Live At The Social Volume 3 (Comp) React REACT LP 152 UK 1999 Sell This Version
none Andrew Weatherall - Live Electrics Vol 4 album art Andrew Weatherall Live Electrics Vol 4(Cass, Comp, Mixed) Not On Label none UK 1999 Sell This Version

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Gruasnik

Gruasnik

March 14, 2020
Long live Lord Sabre - Sail safe to the Temple of Gnostic Sonics! <3
Budstep1

Budstep1

March 9, 2020
edited 7 months ago
Back in the late spring/early summer of 89 my best mate Chipie took me to my 1st acid house night at the Windmill in Soho
the name of the night has always eluded me but other memories will stay with me forever like my 1st Pink Cali lol
and 100% the sounds my ears experienced that night and how profoundly it changed my life musically and lifestyle alike.
That night 2 tunes were seared in to my cerebral cortex “The Real Life” Corporation of One & “Cocaine” The Maxx
the Dj that night was Andrew Weatherall and from that night onward i was hooked on the sound and the scene period.
Over the following years i followed Weatherall like my new best footie team
nights at Yikes at The Centre Slough / The Full Monty,Windsor / Flying London / Full Circle Heathrow /
Sabersonic nights in Shoreditch with Alex Knight and quite a few adventures in Manchester & Liverpool
We were all given sonic educations on these many nights pure masterclasses in bass hedonistic deck slapping.

Easter 94 at the old Town & Country,Kentish Town,London Weatherall on tour with The Orb
is a night I shall never forget cannot sadly remember much of The Orb but am sure they were good!!..
What i do remember as again am sure everybody that was there will 100% attest to was Weatherall’s 2hr + set
it was the “Mutz Nutz!! Da Dogs Danglees”
Weatherall started with dropping a brace of tunes from one branch of the sonic tree so to speak
then dropped down behind the decks to change hats quite literately to then reappear
to drop another couple of bangers from a complete different branch of the sonic tree
like deep thumping prog house to electro punk and then straight into psychedelic disco rock
you had no idea what was coming next but Andrew had the nouse & ability to take you sonically absolutely anywhere he wanted
and make you feel that it was the best journey of sound you had ever been on.

Through my merry pranksters minds eye on the night as i recall
spouting proper profusely to all my mates on the journey home and no doubt for many weeks after,
my theory to the hat changing track changing genre warping Weatherall was that his set/show
was loosely themed on a party promoter newly in the game who had booked the best djs
from across the whole sonic dancefloor hedging his all and reputation on his bookings
hoping at least some would keep the dancefloor heaving if some have cleared it
but ended up having the party of all parties by mixing it up completely which is what
that dancefloor was that night the party of all parties
set to the background of what back in the day was probably the best light and stage show
there was as was the Orbs forte then as now which set the bench mark in what is today Vjing

We all know the vast catalogue Weatherall has put out and all have heard his incredible talent through his remixes
and of course in the process putting a lot of people on the proverbial sonic map
which many now know through Weatherall’s work and everybody will have their favourite Weatherall tune/tunes
but my two favourite tracks amongst the many classics are his 1992 game changing remix of F.S.O.L. Papua New Guinea
that completely blew ears away 11 mins of tribal dance that brought in a new era of sound defying dub and bass to dance,
the following year 93 saw Weatherall adopt the moniker Lord Sabersonic of The Sabres of Paradise and release Smokebelch
which i still listen to every week 27 years on,this track always has and always will awake every one of my senses period.

Andrew Weatherall spent his entire working life mixing it up completely, never sticking with one sound or another
and ultimately created a sound or two on his epic sonic journey and an ethos that will in all probability
be listened to for many many years to come and hopefully inspire future sonic game changers.
Joe Meek the genius producer/mixer from the 60s who produced one of the weirdest sounds to come out of the 60s “Telstar”
had a keyboard/drum machine named after him i truly think some piece of kit in my opinion a turntable
like Pioneer should release a CDJ Weatherall 3000 in honour of Andrew Weatherall a djs dj..
Who knows..if someone started something on faceshite or twatter am sure there would be more than a ripple

R.I.P. Lord Sabresonic
noviellion

noviellion

February 21, 2020
edited 7 months ago
Two Lone Swordsmen was/is a massive influence on me from the mid 00's onward. Had that unique mash up of a progressive garage rock, downtempo/leftfield, ambient chords and electro via the Great Kieth Tenniswood. Found at the pub on a shipmen's dock by a night club/ loungue. People coming from all places and experiences. What great stories were told. I recently watched the film 'Lighthouse' and it made me think of all kinds of artistic outputs that reference the ocean and sea workers. I love pub sing'a longs as if I knew them long ago but forgot the words. Andrew! You came, saw, shared, and blew minds!!! See you on the other side, or deep in my dreams about the ocean. Godspeed!!!!!
Cool_Koala

Cool_Koala

February 21, 2020
Without a doubt, a man who subtly, indirectly influenced everything that I chose to cherish in music. Formative years with Tiny Reminders and everything to do with RGC, right through to his wonderful NTS shows. A charming, funny, beautiful human. Fail we may, sail we must! xxx
ash_p

ash_p

February 20, 2020
I will forever cherish my memories of dancing to your sets in the early days. I will also cherish all of my records that have your name on them in one way or another. Thank you for your immeasurable contribution to the very fabric of my musical journey. Rest in power Andrew. <3 x
Mike777

Mike777

February 20, 2020
Like John Peel, sadly missed. A great producer and dj is gone. R.I.P Andrew
soundgestured

soundgestured

February 19, 2020
So much love for this legend of a man, always inspiring and will always continue too. RIP Sir Weatherall x
lumace2468

lumace2468

February 19, 2020
Like a lot of people, I had never seen such a superbly crafted set until I saw him at the White Hotel in Manchester, last year. He was booked to play there again on the 21st of this month. Coming to terms with the fact that that moment will never be repeated is not going to be easy.
CRONK1980

CRONK1980

February 19, 2020
edited 7 months ago
Still cant believe hes gone , ill forever hold dear the ALFOS party's in Croatia , and the NTS MNFE shows , ill find it difficult to re listen them all over again , he was mine and everybody else`s hero .
RIP Wevvers.
CubiDJ

CubiDJ

February 18, 2020
RIP MAESTRO. Thank you for all your incredible music, your passion and your kindness.

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