127 to Facility 4 album cover
127 to Facility 4

The Woodleigh Research Facility

Rotters Golf Club

Good luck finding this one – it was released in two runs of 100 uniquely packaged vinyl copies, one lot sold in person in an Art Car Boot Fair in 2018, and the other via the Woodleigh Research Facility Facebook page at the end of 2019. But such was the way with Andrew Weatherall, and particularly his latter work with Nina Walsh – there was a strong belief in objects, in making, in rooting things in time and place. It also so happens it’s up there with Weatherall’s best work. Certainly its skeletal electro is among his most electronic and most minimalist music, certainly in the same galaxy as The Sabres Of Paradise’s Sabresonic – albeit with a little more sublimated Cure and Joy Division influence.

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