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Maida Vale Sessions (Remastered 2LP+DL)
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Cat-No: WARPLP337
Release-Date: 18.03.2022
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Release-Date: 18.03.2022
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Four of Broadcast’s BBC radio sessions recorded between 1996 and 2003 being made commercially available for the first time, mastered from the original tapes by Calyx in Berlin, and housed in a sleeve designed by Julian House.

As well as alternate versions of many well-loved Broadcast songs, the album also contains rarities such as “Forget Every Time” (which was only ever captured for posterity in the 1996 session included here) and the Nico cover “Sixty Forty”.

- Specs 2LP in paper inners in wide spine outer. Download card insert

Tracklist
A1. The Note [Message From Home]
A2. Untitled [City In Progress]
A3. Forget Every Time
A4. World Backwards
B1. Come On Let's Go
B2. Look Outside
B3. The Book Lovers
B4. Lights Out
C1. Long Was The Year
C2. Echo's Answer
C3. Where Youth And Laughter Go
D1. Pendulum
D2. Colour Me In
D3. Minim
D4. Sixty Forty

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Mother Is The Milky Way (Remastered LP+DL)
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Available on vinyl for the first time, remastered from the original tapes by Calyx in Berlin and housed in a sleeve designed by Julian House.

Originally issued in 2009 as a tour-only CD limited to 750 copies, it was sold on the band’s final tour to promote their collaborative album with the Focus Group, Investigate Witch Cults Of The Radio Age.

- Specs 1LP in printed inner in printed outer sleeve. Download card insert

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A1. Creation Day The Travel Flute Way
A2. In Here The World Begins
A3. Elegant Elephant
A4. Through The Gates Of Yesterday
A5. Milling Around The Village
B1. The Aphid Sleeps
B2. Growing Backwards
B3. I'm Just A Person In This Roomy Verse
B4. Never Trust A Rusty Bolt
B5. Innocence In Orbit
B6. Mother's Milk Means Music [At Home In The Universe]

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Microtronics Vol. 1 & 2 (Remastered LP+DL)
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The two volumes of Microtronics available on vinyl for the first time, remastered from the original tapes by Calyx in Berlin and housed in a sleeve designed by Julian House.

Originally issued as 2 tour-only 3” CDs limited to 2000 copies each. Microtronics Vol 1 came out in 2003 and was sold on the tour for the Haha Sound album, and Microtronics Vol 2 followed in 2005 and was sold on the Tender Buttons tour.

- Specs 1LP in paper inner in printed outer sleeve. Download card insert

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Cat-No: PP066
Release-Date: 25.02.2022
Genre:House
Configuration: 12" Excl

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Release-Date: 25.02.2022
Genre:House
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A1) The Siren’s Song 07:52 min
A2) Jupiter’s Back 07:33 min
B1) M.O.J. 06:09 min
B2) Bacchus Won’t Stop 06:28 min



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Eden Burns is back and brings along his old companion Christopher Tubbs. Together they follow the path of Ulysses, beguiled by Sirens, fed by by Bacchus they won’t stop until they have reached the highest of highs taking their place right next to Jupiter himself. Long live hedonsim!

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Cat-No: HVNLP190CD
Release-Date: 31.01.2022
Genre:House
Configuration: 2CD

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Cat-No: HVNLP190CD
Release-Date: 31.01.2022
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CD Track List
Disc 1:

Sly & Lovechild - The World According to Sly & Lovechild (Soul of Europe Mix)
Mark Lanegan Band - Beehive (Andrew Weatherall Dub)
Flowered Up - Weekender (Audrey Is A Little Bit More Partial Remix)
Gwenno - Chwyldro (Andrew Weatherall Remix)
Saint Etienne - Only Love Can Break Your Heart (A Mix of Two Halves)
Confidence Man - Bubblegum (Andrew Weatherall Remix) 08:19
Espiritu - Conquistador (Sabres Of Paradise No.3 Mix)
The Orielles - Sugar Tastes Like Salt (Andrew Weatherall Tastes Like Dub Mix Pt.1 - Live Bass)

Disc 2:

Audiobooks - Dance Your Life Away (Andrew Weatherall Remix) 07:50
Saint Etienne - Heart Failed (In The Back Of A Taxi) (Two Lone Swordsmen Dub)
Doves - Compulsion (Andrew Weatherall Remix)
TOY - Dead and Gone (Andrew Weatherall Remix)
Confidence Man - Out The Window (Andrew Weatherall Remix)
LCMDF - Gandhi (Andrew Weatherall Remix II)
Espiritu - Bonita Mañana (Sabres Of Paradise Remix)
Unloved - Devils Angels (Andrew Weatherall Remix)

Heavenly Recordings announce the release of ‘Heavenly remixes 3&4 - Andrew Weatherall volume 1&2’, a brace of compilation albums collecting together some of the finest remixes from the label’s long-time friend, collaborator and go-to remixer. These compilations follow ‘Heavenly remixes 1 & 2’, which showcases some of the label’s other great remixes.

By the time Heavenly was born in the spring of 1990, Andrew Weatherall was already an inspirational sounding board, as well as a fellow traveller on the bright new road that stretched out ahead, thanks to the massive cultural liberation of acid house. Back then every energised meeting could be turned into a fortuitous opportunity in this burgeoning new underground economy. Bored of your job? Start playing records out! Start a club night! Get in the studio!
Start a label! Just don’t stand still. Commandments Andrew would follow for the rest of his life.

At the start of things, Andrew was a regular visitor to Capersville - the pre-Heavenly press office run by label founder Jeff Barrett (soon to become Andrew’s manager). It was there that he famously picked up a copy of Primal Scream’s unloved second album and singled out a
track that would later become ‘Loaded’, after being given an instruction to “fucking destroy” it by the band’s Andrew Innes; it was there too that the idea to remix the first Heavenly release
came about.

Andrew’s mix of that first Heavenly record is very much a product of its time. ‘The World According To Sly and Lovechild’ is a swirling bass punch topped with a hypnotic marimba line and the kind of ecstatic diva vocal that you’d hear coming out of the speakers all night at postShoom clubs like Yellow Book.

His take on the label’s next release - Saint Etienne’s ‘Only Love Can Break Your Heart (A Mix of Two Halves’) - would set the template for his next three decades of audio exploration. A drawn-out imperial dub, the track builds and builds with a moody intensity (partly down to the
melodica played by Weather Prophets legend Pete Astor) that’s far more Kingston JA at dusk than Kingston-upon-Thames at kicking out time. It’s both a dancefloor record to get lost in and
headphone psychedelia of the highest order - a perfect example of what he did better than anyone else.

Between 1990 and his untimely death in 2020, Andrew fed more Heavenly bands through the mixing desk than those of any other label. Consistently, he returned visionary music to the
office, often in person for (at least) one ceremonial playback - a ritual that would involve the volume cranked up high and Andrew rocking back on his heels, eyes closed, lost in the alchemy of it all.

Each time, he would warp and twist originals into beautiful new shapes - elasticated club records that might evoke Detroit techno one second and Throbbing Gristle the next, before wheel-spinning into something akin to The Fall produced by King Tubby.

Andrew’s studio adventures would always be guided by that early advice to destroy the source material. It’s why he was the first name that came up when remixes were discussed; the first number on the speed dial. Listening back to these remixes now - to thirty years of glorious outsider sounds - it bangs home again just how fucking good Andrew was.

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