Scott Fraser & Timothy J. Fairplay
Scott Fraser and Timothy J. Fairplay are about to embark on a new project back home in Glasgow with Alan Gray from Transmission. It’s a new Thursday club night to be held at the Berkley suite. The music will be left field/ Krautrock/ electronic/ dub/ and all in between.
Scott Fraser was born and bred in Glasgow. Over the years Scotts been creating sound waves across the city. He took time out from writing for a while and moved to London 2 years ago where he moved into The Basement, Andrew Weatherall’s studio in East London where he’s been working purely on production for the last 12 months. Scott decided to hang his headphones up fro a while and shelve Djing until he’d completed working on his music… This will be his first gig in London for a while. Scott produced tracks for Weatherall’s label in the early 90’s which was his first release. Around the same time he also released tracks on lable’s Black Nation & Francois K’s Wave.
DJ wise Scott has played in Glasgow and internationally in Detroit with Jeff Mills, Anthony Shakir and Claude Young, Berlin at weekend club amongst others. Scott run his own club in Glasgow and over the years pretty much played everywhere else in the city... the Sub Club, The Arches / Club 69 and the art school etc.
Scott has just released a remix of Virgo Four's "lites go out" for Rush hour.
Timothy J. Fairplay (Andrew Weatheralls’s Studio engineer) has released music on Rotters Golf Club, Astro Lab Recordings, and most recently 'Cleopatra Loves The Acid' on Andy Blake's World Unknown imprint. His productions and dj sets via between Krautrock, sparse Chicago Jams and atmospheric 80's gang movie soundtracks. In his previous life he put out a number of releases including an album with Battant on Killthedj. There should be a lot of new music from Timothy this year including a number of remixes, a follow up EP on Astro Lab Recording - a co-production with Matilda from Bodyhammer and an EP on Emotional Response.