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Andrew Weatherall

Mr Weatherall’s latest album is out now on P-Vine Records (Japan) and Hoga Nord Rekords (rest of the world). Listen to the opening track ‘Evidence The Enemy’ via The Quietus and ‘Spreads A Haze (And A Glory)’ via XLR8R and you can order direct: double LP or cassette or CD the album will also be available for download/streaming.

Over to Andrew to describe the album:
“Mr Brackstone, my psychic shepherd, when confronted by the facts would probably say it was cosmic synchronicity but then again he would because he’s Jung at heart. Others may cite mere coincidence. These are the facts. I’ll leave the metaphysical debate for another time…

It’s all about the black notebooks as memorial device and “The Black Notebook” and “This Is Memorial Device”. At the same time as reading Mr Modiano and Mr Keenan I was ensconced in the Woodleigh Research Facility investigating a method of composition sparked by a random event too prosaic for the telling; unless of course we go back to “The Red Book” and see the hand of Jah [the D.M.T molecule that steers human existence] at work. After all it was him/her/non-binary that sent me the “shave your beard off” message. And the “don’t buy any more drugs” one.

Whatever your leanings the music on “Qualia” is the result of images, feelings and thought processes stirred up by Monsieur Modiano and Mister Keenan channeled through the medium of a sonic noteboook – in itself the memoir of somebody else’s life/fiction.

My own black notebooks, like Jean’s [Modiano’s protagonist] stir the silt of memory and birth as many mysteries as memories. They also provided the track titles.”


1.) Evidence the Enemy
2.) Darktown Figures
3.) Spreads a Haze (And a Glory)
4.) Saturday International
5.) Between Stations
6.) Soft Estates
7.) Selling the Shadow
8.) Vorfreude 2


R.G.C. Archive Hour Vol. 12

  1. Winter / The Rolling Stones
  2. Wild Is The Wind / Billy Mackenzie
  3. Dimming Of The Day – Dargai / Richard and Linda Thompson
  4. Close Of the Day / Bob Brown
  5. Beautiful Change / The Innocence Mission
  6. Snow Over Leningrad / Mikael Tariverdiev
  7. Winter’s Child / Camille
  8. Your Winter Days / Jackie Leven
  9. Fourteen Autumns And Fifteen Winters / The Twilight Sad
  10. Snow / Pierre Favre
  11. Inside Where It’s Warm / Mark McGuire


News, events & releases


ALFOS & MNFE - Sat 27th January

Well travelled club ‘A Love From Outer Space’ returns to The Berkley Suite for 2018. ALFOS is joined by a live version of Andrew’s regular NTS Radio show ‘Music’s Not For Everyone’

MNFE – 8-10pm free show
ALFOS – 10pm-3am
The Berkley Suite, 237 North Road, Glasgow, G3 7DL
Tickets cost £9+b/f and you can buy them here.

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Weatherall interview

Prior to his recent show at the Sydney Opera House Andrew was interviewed by Ben Marshall, their Head of Contemporary Music. The result covers Qualia, the similarities between music and religion, and what makes style different to fashion. Well worth a look…

Watch the interview


Weatherall tour merch

Mr Weatherall released a limited edition 12” single to celebrate his recent tour of Australia and New Zealand. There are a few copies left and they are for sale via Bandcamp.
The EP features two exclusive tracks which will not be released elsewhere:
01 Merry Mithrasmas (A.L.F.O.S. Dubplate)
02 Neumpump

Additionally there are T-shirts and tote bags from the tour available.

Order from Bandcamp


The Woodleigh Research Facility & Loopmasters

Loopmasters present Andrew Weatherall and Nina Walsh as The Woodleigh Research Facility – an experimental collection of other worldly recordings and abstract sounds to raise the tension in your productions. Provided 100% Royalty Free for your music, this collection is an elusive looking glass into a distant sonic realm, created by two master musicians.

Buy the pack from Loopmasters


Weatherall NTS show 2018 dates

Hopefully you’ve managed to catch Andrew’s shows on NTS, if not then past shows are archived here.

The shows are every four weeks and on air live from 1-3pm (UK) forthcoming shows are 1st February, 1st March and 29th March. You can listen live online here.


Weatherall interview

While Andrew was in Sydney he dropped in to 2SER’s Static show for a chat with Chris Berkley. Listen to the interview here.


RGC Archive Hour mixes

Andrew has created a series of monthly mixes, which appear on the Music’s Not For Everyone page below.

“After de-commissioning the Axis bunker I decided to purge and re-acquaint. The purge took the form of selling 5,000 records and the acquaintance involved listening and compiling with the result being ‘M.N.F.E. (The R.G.C. Archive Editions)’. This will (hopefully) be a monthly transmission featuring images from my ‘Evidence The Enemy’ print exhibition.”

The first eleven mixes are online now and the next will be up mid-December.

Listen on the MNFE site


Weatherall & Keenan podcast

Brother Brother Brother caught up with Andrew and David Keenan at Port Eliot festival. Have a listen to the podcast here.


Exclusive track on Soma 25 compilation

The Woodleigh Research Facility has contributed an exclusive track to a compilation celebrating twenty five years of the Soma label. You can order the vinyl boxset and digital formats and it’s available on all the usual services.


Exclusive track on Subfield compilation

Mr Weatherall has a new track called ‘Kaif’ which appears exclusively on the compilation ‘Moving House 2017’ mixed by Geoffroy Mugwump. The album is available now via all the usual shops.

The album also includes tracks from artists such as Tuff City Kids, Roman Flügel, Cage & Aviary / Jamie Paton and Duncan Gray.

Listen to Kaif on Soundcloud



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