Publicado el 17.02.2020
Hero doesn't even begin to cover it. I'll write more later once my head is together. RIP to the best ever x— Daniel Avery (@danielmarkavery) February 17, 2020
Can’t quite get my head around this...— erol alkan (@erolalkan) February 17, 2020
Rest in peace Andrew.
Beyond gutted to hear about Weatherall. One of my most memorable early touring experiences was taking a flight back from Croatia with him and receiving a two hour lecture on twentieth century military history. A legend in the fullest sense of the word.— Scuba (@ScubaOfficial) February 17, 2020
RIP Weatherall. I’m devastated. A childhood hero, my mum and dad loved you and I felt blessed to have my NTS show on after yours, it meant I got to catch up of my favourite djs once a month. What a legacy. Thanks for the music Andy :( 💔💔💔💔— Eclair Fifi MP (@eclairfifi) February 17, 2020
1) Tears, so very sad to hear Andrew Weatherall passed away. He first booked me in the early 90’s for a Magnetic North night he was so gracious to host.— Dave Clarke (@DJDaveClarke) February 17, 2020
2) I was fortunate enough to host him back a few times. What I loved about Andrew was his knowledge and love of all underdog music. A musical savant and fan.....the world will be a dimmer place without his light.— Dave Clarke (@DJDaveClarke) February 17, 2020
My favourite thing about Andrew Weatherall was his ability to see threads between wildly different records, genres, decades, continents that would make total sense when he would piece them all together in a set or radio show. DJing as storytelling, with everyone invited.— Forest Swords (@ForestSwords) February 17, 2020
hard to put into words the influence and impact Andrew Weatherall has had on UK culture...— Gilles Peterson (@gillespeterson) February 17, 2020
so sad to hear of his passing
Absolutely distraught to hear this terrible news. Andrew was a longtime friend, collaborator and one of most talented persons I’ve known. Also one of the nicest. Genius is an overworked term but I’m struggling to think of anything else that defines him. https://t.co/nWlyE75bL5— Irvine Welsh (@IrvineWelsh) February 17, 2020
RIP Andrew Weatherall. The king of cool. Very, very sad news. Thoughts are with his family and friends. ❤️— Sleaford Mods (@sleafordmods) February 17, 2020
A true inspiration and hero. A lovely funny man. Incredible DJ. ❤️ Andrew Weatherall.— ed simons (@eddychemical) February 17, 2020
Let’s keep this simple. Andrew weatherall- you made music that opened up a whole world to me, that not only let me dream but fuelled those dreams; optimistic, beautiful limitless possibilities of what life could be.… https://t.co/CqgNQlLFRR— Tiga (@Tiga) February 17, 2020
Shocked to hear that one of the true UK greats, Andrew Weatherall, died this morning, aged just 56. Condolences to his family and friends.— Greg Wilson (@djgregwilson) February 17, 2020
This is his epic mix of Primal Scream's 'Come Together' from 1990 - a masterpiece of its era. RIP.https://t.co/6WR7AfPuE2
Met him for the first time 9 years ago while I was back at uni.— Man Power (@Man_Power_Music) February 17, 2020
Wasn't interested in any dance music talk but really wanted to know about my essay on the Situationists.
Music has lost its most legitimate and vital dissenting voice.