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Andrew Weatherall (Rotters Golf Club)
Lloyd & Fazz (Nocturnal / Disco Deviance)
After 5 years of trying, we are chuffed to finally welcome British gentleman, pioneering remixer and ueber-DJ Andrew Weatherall.
Andrew Weatherall has worn a lot of hats in his career: Pop-star producer, Balearic figure-head, electronic experimentalist, peerless explorer of the minimal techno sound, rockabilly enthusiast and the original moody DJ.
His history goes back to the beginning of the British acid house scene and Danny Rampling's legendary Shoom night, the original Boys Own fanzine and a string of legendary London clubs such as Blood Sugar, Circulation, and of course Sabresonic.
However, it is through Primal Scream that Andrew first made his name, as the producer of the generation defining Screamadelica album which fused narcotically challenged rock and acid house.
Behind the decks he is one of the most versatile DJs this land has ever seen, as happy slinging punk, rockability and blues on the 1210's as he is the most cutting edge techno and house music. What he’ll be bringing to the table tonight we’re not entirely sure, but we do have a sneaky suspicion this might be one to remember.
Support on the night comes from Lloyd & Fazz. No strangers to the Soul Cellar, their Nocturnal club night recently celebrated it's 5th birthday with Mark E whilst their new re-edits are currently being hammered by the likes of Greg Wilson and the Unabombers.
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