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Remixed
Remixed (CD)
Cat: RGCCD 020. Rel: 11 Sep 13
Disco/Reediciones
  1. Another Lonely City (Group Rhoda remix)
  2. Late Flowering Lust (Phil Kieran remix)
  3. Beglammered (Justin Robertson Deadstock 33s remix)
  4. Skwatch (Black Merlin Reel To Reel remix)
  5. Never There (Hardway Bros remix)
  6. We Are The Axis (Daniel Avery remix)
  7. Another Lonely City (Daniele Baldelli & DJ Rocca remix)
  8. Beglammered (Richard Sen remix)
  9. We Are The Axis (Scott Fraser remix)
  10. One Minute's Silence (Ivan Smagghe remix)
Review: Despite its February release, Andrew Weatherall and Timothy J Fairplay's debut as The Asphodells, "Destroyed By Passion, Ruled By Lust" remains one of the best albums of 2013. Here, their love letter to shoegaze, Industrial and dark new wave gets the remix treatment from an impressive list of pals and underground mainstays. Musically, it's largely what you'd expect, with most reworks accentuating the source material's gothic moods, analogue wonkiness and clandestine atmospherics. There are, of course, thrilling highlights, from the Hardway Brothers intense new beat-meets-acid take on "Never There", Richard Sen's spiralling, dark electrofunk take on "Beglammered", Scott Fraser's thumping revision of "We Are The Axis" and Wooden Shjips' woozy, nightmare Balearic interpretation of "One Minute's Silence" standing out.
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Ruled By Passion Destroyed By Lust
  1. Beglammered
  2. Never There
  3. Skwatch
  4. Another Lonely City
  5. Late Flowering Lust
  6. Late Flowering Dub
  7. We Are The Axis
  8. One Minute's Silence
  9. The Quiet Dignity (Of Unwitnessed Lives)
  10. A Love From Outer Space (version 2)
Review: Ruled by Passion, Destroyed by Lust marks the fine debut of The Asphodells, Andrew Weatherall's latest collaboration with close friend and creative foil Timothy J Fairplay. Their compatibility shines through, taking their shared interests and inspirations and playfully tosses them together to create a stylish, coherent whole. The album displays its dark underbelly proudly, but there are more than enough shards of light to inspire those salivating after the bold melodies of Two Lone Swordsmen or the naive, child-like bagginess of Weatherall's Screamadelica era work. At times reminiscent of New Order and others cripplingly paranoia inducing, this ten track set concludes in sublime fashion with the duo's dreamy, cosmic disco-era cover of A.R. Kane's "A Love From Out Of Space"
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Remixed
Remixed (2xLP)
Cat: RGCLP 020. Rel: 12 Sep 13
Disco/Reediciones
  1. Late Flowering Lust (Phil Kieran remix)
  2. Beglammered (Justin Robertson Deadstock 33s remix)
  3. Skwatch (Black Merlin Reel To Reel remix)
  4. Never There (Hardway Bros remix)
  5. Another Lonely City (Daniele Baldelli & DJ Rocca remix)
  6. Beglammered (Richard Sen remix)
  7. We Are The Axis (Scott Fraser remix)
  8. One Minute's Silence (Ivan Smagghe remix)
Review: Andrew Weatherall and Timothy J Fairplay's project of dubbed out disco and house spread itself comfortably across the Ruled By Passion, Destroyed By Lust LP on Rotters Golf Club mere months before, and now a rag tag collection of remixers has been drawn together to reinterpret most of the album. They've reached for like-minded souls, such as Ivan Smagghe, Phil Kieran, Richard Sen and Justin Robertson with the latter's Deadstock 33s remix of "Beglammered" filled with nervy industrial undertones. Elsewhere, Black Merlin do an especially captivating job of soundtracking "Skwatch" into a lurid 80s gore fest for the ears, while Scott Fraser whips up a hypnotic Italo inflected stomper, but really every one of these esteemed producers adds to the overall tone of vintage, motor-powered dance music for ghoulish souls.
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Convenanza
Cat: RGCCD 022. Rel: 25 Feb 16
Disco/Reediciones
  1. Introduction
  2. Frankfurt Advice
  3. Confidence Man
  4. The Last Walk
  5. Kicking The River
  6. Disappear
  7. We Count The Stars
  8. Thirteenth Night
  9. Ghosts Again
Review: Given the number of projects he's been involved with in recent years - the Asphodells, The Woodleigh Research Facility, acting as programmer to various music festivals - it's not that surprising to find that this is Andrew Weatherall's first solo album since the deliciously fuzzy A Pox On The Pioneers in 2009. According to the accompanying PR blurb, it's the sound of Lord Sabre "looking back at the clutter of a life thoroughly lived and realizing it's too late to tidy it up in any meaningful way". Musically speaking, that effectively means an intoxicating blend of post-punk grooves, shoe-gaze style songs, dubbed-out horn lines, drowsy vocals and the kind of druggy electronica explored so successfully on his A Love From Outer Space collaboration with Sean Johnston.
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Consolamentum
Cat: RGCCD 023 . Rel: 28 Oct 16
Disco/Reediciones
  1. We Count The Stars (Unloved remix)
  2. The Confidence Man (Justin Robertson Deadstock 33s remix)
  3. Frankfurt Advice (Red Axes remix)
  4. The Last Walk (Vox Low Riding The White Horse version)
  5. Disappear (Duncan Gray remix)
  6. Thirteenth Night (Timothy J Fairplay remix)
  7. The Confidence Man (Sons Of Slough remix)
  8. Frankfurt Advice (Heretic remix)
  9. Kicking The River (Solar Bears remix)
  10. The Last Walk (Black Devil Disco Club rework)
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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