The late, great UK artist had written and produced the four-track 12-inch alongside his studio partner, Nina Walsh, before he died in February. Weatherall wrote the tracks inside the studio dubbed Woodleigh Research Facility with Walsh, who shared writing credits and contributed samples.
“The great thing about not being signed to a major a label is that it’s liberating,” Weatherall said of the release. “No deadlines, no restraints, no pressures. The result—the creative process is completely free. There’s a blank canvas in the studio, you can pretty much go anywhere you want.”
Read our review of Andrew Weatherall’s first posthumous release, Unknown Plunderer / End Times Sound.
Read Remembering Andrew Weatherall, A Lifelong Maverick, a tribute from Optimo’s JD Twitch.
Listen to clips from Pamela #1 over at Phonica.
A1 The Motion 5
A2 Slap & Slide
B1 March Violets
B2 The Motion 5.2
Pamela #1 is out in April 2020.