British DJ and producer Andrew Weatherall dies at 56 after battling pulmonary embolism
Andrew Weatherall's management said in a statement that he died Monday in a London hospital
British music producer and DJ Andrew Weatherall, who helped bring the underground sounds of acid house to a mass audience, has died. He was 56.
Weatherall’s management said in a statement that he died Monday in a London hospital from a pulmonary embolism.
“He was being treated in hospital but unfortunately the blood clot reached his heart. His death was swift and peaceful,” the statement said.
Born in Windsor, near London, Weatherall began his career as a club DJ, and founded the record label Boy's Own Recordings and the production outfit Bocca Juniors.
He was renowned and respected for his remixes of songs by Happy Mondays, New Order, and others, and produced Primal Scream’s 1991 landmark album 'Screamadelica.' Weatherall gave the rock band’s sound a multi-layered, dance music edge, producing one of the most acclaimed and best-loved British albums of the 1990s.
Trainspotting author Irvine Welsh said he was “distraught” at the news of Weatherall’s death.
“Genius is an overworked term but I’m struggling to think of anything else that defines him,” Welsh wrote on Twitter.
Tim Burgess, the lead singer of The Charlatans, tweeted: "Shocked and saddened to hear that cosmic traveler Andrew Weatherall has left the building. Always a pleasure to meet up with him and share good times. Rest well mate."
Check out the tweets below
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
Shocked and saddened to hear that cosmic traveller Andrew Weatherall has left the building. Always a pleasure to meet up with him and share good times. Rest well mate pic.twitter.com/OIsg2Fb6Di — Tim Burgess (@Tim_Burgess) February 17, 2020
Weatherall was a font of all things amazing when it came to music. I’ll miss his enthusiasm and his ace recommendations. A good friend and inspiration to so many x x pic.twitter.com/0OEVdoaets
— Tim Burgess (@Tim_Burgess) February 17, 2020
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