Tantrum

I found this Sabres Of Paradise advert for forthcoming releases on Weatherall’s record label back in 1994 so it seemed to make sense to post a track they were promoting. I did Jack ‘O’ Swords cover of The Gift fairly recently so instead we’ll have some very 1994 techno with a remix of Technova (David Harrow) from Innersphere (David Hedger). This track has withstood time pretty well I think – some early 90s techno can be a bit much now, a bit too bangin’- but this is still listenable and enjoyable.

Bastard Bunny began life in his own Dave Anderson drawn and written comic before becoming co-opted by Weatherall’s label and Sabresonic night (underneath some railway arches near London Bridge station. I never went alas). Later on Bastard Bunny turned up in Deadline and then NME.

Tantrum (Innersphere Mix)

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Out Of Body

Innersphere’s Out Of Body is a 1995 ambient classic- over nine minutes long, a shuffling drumbeat, rippling pianos, squelchy bass, spine tingling stuff all told. It came out on Sabrettes with an Andrew Weatherall remix on the B-side. Weatherall’s version is a less optimistic, more paranoid take. There’s a high pitched noise that is there more or less all the way through, like a radio not tuned in right, the pianos have been spooked and three quarters of the way through the whole thing turns when a voice asks ‘Can I come in please?’

Out Of Body (Andrew Weatherall Remix)