PublishedMon, Aug 3, 2009, 13:28
- Lord Sabre is set to release his debut album under his own name later this year.
Andrew Weatherall will release his debut solo album under his own name in September.
He may be one of the best loved figures in modern dance music, but it somehow seems strange that Weatherall has yet to commit a solo full-length to wax. Weatherall is best known for both his work on Primal Scream's Screamadelica as well his collaborative Sabres Of Paradise and Two Lone Swordsmen projects, but A Pox On The Pioneers will be looking to change all that, and provide an insight into what he's currently cooking up in his London studio.
Listeners have been told to expect a synergy of rock'n'roll with "modernistic electronics," which takes influence from techno, house and also disco. Having now finished the record, Weatherall is currently working on a range of hand-made prints for a gallery show in 2010.
01. Fail We May, Sail We Must
02. Privately Electrified
03. Miss Rule
04. Selective Walking
05. Liar With Wings
06. Let's Do The Seven Again
07. A Pox On The Pioneers
08. All The Little Things (That Make Life Worth Living)
09. Built Back Higher
10. Walk Of Shame
Rotters Gold Club will release A Pox On The Pioneers on September 21st, 2009.