Elephant/R$N Podcast #3 – Andrew Weatherall – A love from Outer Space


In the 3rd of our Exclusive R$N/Electric Elephant podcasts and as a taster of what’s to come from their very own boat party @ the EE festival this year, we delve deeper into the brain of living legend Mr Andrew Weatherall of the incredible A Love From Out of Space nights @ The Drop w/ Sean Johnston (Hardway Bros) – check his amazing podcast from a few weeks back right here.

For almost a year Andrew Weatherall & Sean Johnston (Hardway Bros) have been carrying out a monthy experiment in interplanetary audio. The manifesto of their night, A Love From Outer Space is to never knowingly exceed 122bpm. Andrew describes the night as an oasis of slowness in a world of increasing velocity.

ALFOS doing a whole boat party @ Electric Elephant how good will that be?!!

Full details of the amazing festival here:


Sean & Andrew Weatherall play the superb Electric Elephant Festival in July.

The rest of the line-up goes as follows:

Derrick Carter (Classic)
A Love From Outer Space with:
Andrew Weatherall & Sean Johnston (A Love From Outer Space) Boat Party
James Pants Live (Stones Throw)
Toddla T
Kyle Hall (Wild Oats)
Horse Meat Disco
Ralph Lawson (20:20 Vision)
Ben Westbeech Live (Brownswood/Strictly Rhythm)
Zed Bias
Bok Bok (Night Slugs)
The Unabombers
The Glimmers
Luke Solomon (Classic)
Clap Rules Live
Down By The Sea with:
Kelvin Andrews (Wonk) & Balearic Mike
Sampha Live
YoYo with:
Seb Chew & Leo Greenslade
Star Slinger Live
Melting Pot with:
Simon Cordiner & Andrew Pirie
Lowlife with:
Bill Brewster, Michael Cook, Namedrop & Benoit
Krysko (The Warehouse Project)
Dom Servini (Wah Wah 45s)
History Clock with:
Nathan Gregory Wilkins (History Clock) & Capracara (DFA/Soul Jazz)
Fabrizio Mammarella
Little Dave (Nightflight)
Billy Scurry
Smooth Sailing Crew
That Amazing Thing! (Francis Wooff)
Balera FM
Simon Strotmann
Highsoul Society
Dave Walker (Piccadilly Records)
DJ Kozmonaut
Phuong Dan
Ged & Darren

Camparis Safari DJs

Electric Elephant is held in a magical wooded peninsula nestled in the ancient coastal village of Petrcane, Croatia, in easy reach of Zadar airport. Situated on the sun-sparkled sea of the Adriatic, Petrcane boasts family-run restaurants, villas by the beach and independently owned small hotels and campsites.

This years festival is longer, better and earlier! Much more than just a festival, its a holiday adventure, an escape, a musical getaway, a meeting of like-minded souls that invokes the original spirit of the unspoilt Ibiza of the 70s and early 80s. Live love dance.

Tickets are available now, priced at 85.00 for the full, five-night shebang and you can get those tickets right here on Ransom Note Tickets

For even more info, check www.electricelephant.co.uk.