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St. Patricks Night
Saturday March 17th
at Twisted Pepper, Dublin 1
ANDREW WEATHERALL [Warp - London] - 3 Hour Set
BRASSROOTS - Live Brass Ensemble
Kitchen Sync w/
THE PARALLEL [Komisch]
All City DJs
Doors 10:30pm / Adm: e12/e15. Advance tickets - e12 from:
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Andrew Weatherall - http://www.discogs.com/artist/andrew+weatherall
Andrew Weatherall carved out a well-respected career in British techno. As a producer moving from the sounds of Madchester to downbeat to experimental techno through the '90s, Weatherall could've easily ridden the big beat [Chemical Brothers] or high-profile DJ [Oakenfold] waves at the end of the decade, choosing instead to pursue and in many ways define a more cutting-edge, IDM approach. He participated in two big-name collaborations appeared on Warp Records, beginning early on in the label's now highly respected run, and remains one of the world's most dedicated and top DJs.
Weatherall founded a fanzine called Boys Own in the late '80s and soon established himself as a leading DJ in London's acid house scene. That association led to Weatherall remixing New Order's "Worlds in Motion" and, along with Paul Oakenfold, the Happy Mondays' 'Hallelujah.' Primal Scream, which at the time was a middling band on Creation's roster, sought out Weatherall for what would become the Top 20 single "Loaded" and production on the groundbreaking Screamadelica. The overwhelming success of Screamadelica led to Weatherall's place as one of the U.K.'s top remixers and producers. After a stint DJing on London's influential KISS-FM, he ran two clubs in London, and in 1993 worked fairly extensively with techno-pop act One Dove.
That same year, Weatherall formed the Sabres of Paradise with Jagz Kooner and Gary Burns, which released a series of pioneering, ambient experimental techno singles and EPs on Weatherall's Sabrettes label (also collected on two Warp Records compilations). He went on to produce and remix several tracks by Beth Orton and, in 1996, form Two Lone Swordsmen with Keith Tenniswood and the Emissions Audio Output label. After working again with Primal Scream to produce the track "Trainspotting" for the movie of the same name, in 1999 Weatherall mixed the third volume of the Heavenly Presents: Live at the Social series. The disc showcased, as had become the norm, his finger-on-the-pulse awareness of electronic music both old and new, proving that a decade of work in the semi-spotlight had in no way dulled his senses. 2000-2001 saw two more mix records from Weatherall, as he and Tenniswood began the decade focused on DJing across the globe. Biography: Aaron Warshaw, All Music Guide
Brassroots - www.myspace.com/brassroots
Having discovered their cover version of Inner City’s ‘Good Life’ buried deep in a 6 hour Mr Scruff mix, HSSH were instantly on The Google tracking them down. Some deft sleuth work and frenzied emailing later and Brassroots were booked for their debut show last March at HSSH in The Twisted Pepper.
Riding the crest of the live brass wave, 9 piece ensemble Brassroots are instant feel good vibes and energy, easily holding their own with Hot 8 & Hypnotic. Formed by US trombonist Jerome Harper, they’ve already gigged at Bestival, Lovebox, Glasto, The London Jazz Festival and Scala. They were bubbling under with a few EPs of original tracks and covers of the likes of Radiohead, White Stripes, Michael Jackson and then The Good Life EP dropped, lit up the iTunes download charts with the title song becoming an anthemic cover of epic proportions.
The Parallel - http://www.residentadvisor.net/dj/theparallel
Recording for global labels such as Komisch, Ballans and Science alongside homegrown - Nice & Nasty, Static, Takeover has earned Colin 'The Parallel' McKeown a strong world wide reputation as a fine purveyor of deep, uncompromising techno. His releases have captured the attention of many of techno's important figures including; Laurent Garnier, Kirk Degiorgio, Dave Clarke, Surgeon, The Black Dog, James Ruskin, Vince Watson, Luke Slater and many more, representing true techno characteristics and variations.
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