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Live Transmission: Andy Weatherall, 303, Williamson Tunnels, Liverpool

Andy Weatherall helped 303 celebrate part one of their fourth birthday celebrations with an extra-special all-night-long set. The Waveform Transmitter’s Ste Knight was on hand to catch the performance. 550 more words

Live Transmission

Win tickets for Andrew Weatherall and Surgeon at 303 4th Birthday Double Header!

Liverpool techno mainstay 303 are bringing both Andrew Weatherall and Surgeon to Liverpool for a double header of 4th birthday shows. The Waveform Transmitter’s Ste Knight has a pair of tickets on offer for both shows, for two lucky readers. 273 more words

Live Transmission

Andrew Weatherall Essential Mix 1996

Proper…

The Hydronaut vs Morgan Geist – Deep In The Feeling
Nimbus Quartet – Hep Cat Speaketh
Two Lone Swordsmen – Glide By Shooting
Two Lone Swordsmen – Spin Desire… 137 more words

Mixtape Monday, Vol 32

Andrew Weatherall Essential Mix, 13th November 1993

Andrew Weatherall is a living legend – a genuinely brilliant DJ, and someone who has been at the forefront of high quality underground dance music for as long as I’ve been aware that it exists. 94 more words

Mixtape Monday

Big Hard Excellent Fish ‎– Imperfect List (+Weatherall Mix)

adolf hitler.
the dentist.
terry & june.
fucking bastard thatcher.
scouse impersonator.
silly pathetic girlies.
silly pathetic woman.
macho dickhead.
bonnie langford.
neighbours.
lost keys. 153 more words

Irish gigs round-up: January 27-February 2

Andrew Weatherall, Wigwam, Dublin, tomorrow, €10
Veteran Dublin promoters Bodytonic reckon Andrew Weatherall is their “most-adored DJ”, and the revered selector, producer, musician, raconteur and label boss will always be hovering around the top tier. 694 more words

Gigs Of The Week

AN IMAGINARY COMPILATION ALBUM : #102 : ANDREW WEATHERALL

 A GUEST POSTING FROM SWISS ADAM

The final ICA of 2016 during which there have been so many top-notch guest contributions covering all genres. Today’s is again, something a bit special and epic.  1,764 more words

Andrew Weatherall