Andrew Weatherall’s history in music is inexorably linked to the worlds of rock music and dance music, one of the few artists that has managed to effortlessly straddle both. From his early days producing classic Primal Scream LPs right through to spinning the sleaziest house and techno at the world’s best nightclubs he has been a pioneer in everything he has done. His work as one half of Two Lone Swordsmen, and one third of Sabres of Paradise has seen him releasing album after album on one of the greatest institutions of electronic and experimental music in the world, Warp Records, for well over ten years. The depth and breadth of his work for Warp over that period is enormous, but it has at times taken in dub-inspired techno, electro, experimental house, post-punk, and breakbeat amongst much more, never short of the gloriously inspirational. In 2001 he set up Rotters Golf Club, as an output for their more electro orientated work, and which released his long awaited and long overdue full debut 12”, ‘The Bullet Catcher’s Apprentice’. As a DJ, he can cover all kinds of styles, from thumping techno, to acid, to dirty house to moody breakbeat and all the way through to rockabilly and new wave. He’s been known to play here at The End for Bugged Out!, Superfreq and Holic among many others; he’s always a draw and is never short of brilliant.
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