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Cat: RGCLP 023. Rel: 25 Oct 16
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. We Count The Stars (Unloved remix) (8:04)
  2. Frankfurt Advice (Heretic remix) (6:11)
  3. Disappear (Duncan Gray remix) (6:52)
  4. The Confidence Man (The Emperor Machine dub) (8:29)
  5. The Confidence Man (Justin Robertson Deadstock 33s remix) (6:33)
  6. Frankfurt Advice (Red Axes remix) (6:52)
  7. Thirteenth Night (Timothy J Fairplay remix) (6:52)
  8. Ghosts Again (Scott Fraser Ghosts In The Piano mix) (9:07)
Review: Andrew Weatherall's Covenanza full-length, released earlier this year, was rightly praised as an atmospheric, largely impressive fusion of the veteran producer's many disparate influences. For Consolamentum, he's handed over the parts to those album tracks to some of his favourite producers, giving them instructions to stamp their own distinctive styles on his cherished material. The results are naturally impressive, with Timothy J Fairplay, Justin Robertson, Emperor Machine, Red Axes, Scott Fraser and Heretic - a rising star whose productions have been getting major rotations at Lord Sabre's A Love From Outer Space parties - each delivering fine interpretations.
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 in stock $21.18
  1. I Am Amateur Barbarian (9:02)
  2. Brackstone Abroad (6:59)
  3. Aeronauts: The Next Phase (8:14)
  4. Osler's Crystal Fountain (6:06)
  5. The Question Oak (8:18)
  6. Emancipation Garage (6:27)
  7. Dumont's Assistant (7:42)
  8. Taqiya (feat Youth) (9:44)
Review: Last year, Andrew Weatherall launched yet another collaborative project, joining forces with long-time pal and occasional studio partner Nina Walsh as The Woodleigh Research Facility. Here, they continue their partnership with The Phoenix Suburb (And Other Stories), a fine debut album that marks the first material on Weatherall's Rotters Golf Club imprint since 2013. Rooted in the Detroit end of electro, but with more than a hint of the early, IDM influenced escapades of the former Junior Boys Own man's Two Lone Swordsmen project, it's a set that combines moments of snappy dancefloor heaviness with more evocative, ambient-influenced fare. There are, of course, plenty of intriguing aural references to shared influences - psychedelia, rockabilly, Arabic music, and so on - scattered throughout, making it an intriguing and entertaining proposition.
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 in stock $11.64
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