Tue, 24 Sep 2013 / Post a commentfabric speak to Alec Storey about leaving behind his Al Tourettes moniker and moving forward with Second Storey, they also share Storey's recording from the Houndstooth label launch at the club from earlier in the year
Wed, 26 Jun 2013 / Post a commentAl Tourettes presents his first mix under his new Second Storey moniker for URB to mark the release of his Margosa Heights EP on Houndstooth
Thu, 09 Feb 2012 / 3 CommentsIt's all brain matter and kaleidoscopic Super 8 footage on the video for the Bristol producer's "Inventing," forthcoming on Sneaker Social Club. More ›
Wed, 23 Feb 2011 / Post a commentThe genre bending Bristol based producer talks about his impovised live show, his big break on BBC1 and his contribution to the Black Swan soundtrack.
|Real name / ||Alec Storey|
|Depending on how your mind is fixed, you may process Al Tourettes’ unique brand of electronic music as a physical, energetic kind of rave music, or you could find yourself postulating on the dense intricacies that his sonic life-forms contain. Such is the dualistic nature of the Bristol-based producer. It’s true that Al Tourettes, as the life’s work of Alec Storey, was born out of the vibrant free-party scene of Norfolk (also the launch pad for the infamous Bloc Weekender amongst other UK electronic gems), and those roots in bass-heavy techno boom and pulse throughout his tracks, but this isn’t simple soundsystem fodder. If there was one defining quality to Al’s craft, it would be funk; the kind of crazed, psychedelic, booty-shaking gospel as laid down by Parliament in the ‘70s. That’s a s..|
|On the internet|
|RA DJ Page / ||residentadvisor.net/dj/altourettes|
|Discogs / ||discogs.com/artist/al'tourettes?anv=al+tourettes|
Due out in June, Getting Closer features guest appearances from Scuba, October and Appleblim.