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African Dub Chapter Three

Lloyd Bradley: Dubwise Situation

A dubwise excursion from Lloyd Bradley's 2000-published book ‘Bass Culture: When Reggae Was King'...
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John Higgs: Generation Z & The Breakfast Club

An excerpt from John Higgs brand new book 'The Future Starts Here: Adventures In The Twenty-First Century'...
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Substance Select Vol.1 12″

There's some new Super Weird wax on the way this summer....
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Alan Moore & Youth In Conversation

Today marks the first anniversary of our Super Weird Happening that took over the Dingle's Florrie for 14 hours of magick, music and mayhem. One of the highlights was this illuminating conversation between Alan Moore & Youth...
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RAMM:ΣLL:ZΣΣ

A journey through the early New York graffiti/hip hop scene with the enigma known as Rammellzee...
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Psychedelic Experience

The Psychedelic Disco Connection

Exploring the link between psychedelic counterculture and the origins of disco...
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Greg Wilson ft. The Reynolds ‘Summer Came My Way’ [Official Video]

Greg Wilson ft. The Reynolds ‘Summer Came My Way’ [Official Video]

June 11, 2018
The Super Weird Society – Gone With The Vibe [Henry’s Extended Mix]

The Super Weird Society – Gone With The Vibe [Henry’s Extended Mix]

December 13, 2017
14 Hour Super Weird Happening – A short film by Dom Richardson

14 Hour Super Weird Happening – A short film by Dom Richardson

April 9, 2017
Alan Moore’s Mandrill Meets Super Weird Substance At The Arts Lab Apocalypse

Alan Moore’s Mandrill Meets Super Weird Substance At The Arts Lab Apocalypse

March 30, 2017
Greg Wilson & Kermit Leveridge Present Super Weird Happening #6

Greg Wilson & Kermit Leveridge Present Super Weird Happening #6

August 4, 2016
Super Weird Stage Invasion

Super Weird Stage Invasion

January 12, 2016
Something Super Weird This Way Comes…

Something Super Weird This Way Comes…

November 13, 2015
This Is The Last Time You’ll See Me Here [Greg Wilson & Peza Club Mix]

This Is The Last Time You’ll See Me Here [Greg Wilson & Peza Club Mix]

November 9, 2015
Cowboys And Gangsters / Deputy Of Love [Greg Wilson & Peza Club Mix]

Cowboys And Gangsters / Deputy Of Love [Greg Wilson & Peza Club Mix]

October 23, 2015
Give It Away [Greg Wilson & Derek Kaye Club Dub]

Give It Away [Greg Wilson & Derek Kaye Club Dub]

September 18, 2015
Don’t You Worry Baby The Best Is Yet To Come [Greg Wilson & Peza Club Mix]

Don’t You Worry Baby The Best Is Yet To Come [Greg Wilson & Peza Club Mix]

August 14, 2015
World Gone Crazy [Greg Wilson & Peza Club Dub]

World Gone Crazy [Greg Wilson & Peza Club Dub]

June 17, 2015
I Wanna Be Your Dog [Greg Wilson & Peza Club Mix]

I Wanna Be Your Dog [Greg Wilson & Peza Club Mix]

June 3, 2015
She Can’t Love You [Greg Wilson Club Mix]

She Can’t Love You [Greg Wilson Club Mix]

May 22, 2015
Summer Came My Way [Luxxury Club Mix]

Summer Came My Way [Luxxury Club Mix]

May 15, 2015

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The substance that has the most affect upon our culture and upon our lives is completely invisible. We can only see its effects. This substance is information.

Science started out as an offshoot of magic. The two became completely divorced from each other and bitter enemies. Although I tend to think that at the present moment the two are growing back together again. I was reading recently that people at the cutting edge of quantum physics believe that information is a “super weird substance” to quote the actual phraseology, which underlies everything in the universe, which is more fundamental than gravity or electromagnetism or the two nuclear forces.

This would tend to suggest that our entire physical universe is the secondary by-product of a primal information. Or to put it in more magically acceptable terms: “In the beginning, there was the word.”
~ The Mindscape of Alan Moore, 2003

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A multi-media label founded by DJ Greg Wilson, Super Weird Substance deals primarily with balearicpsychedelicdubdisco recordings whilst, on the live side, hosting sixties-styled ‘Happenings’ that include talks, art, bands and DJs.

Announcing its presence at the beginning of summer in 2014 – via the good vibes life-affirming mixtape ‘Blind Arcade Meets Super Weird Substance In The Morphogenetic Field’ – the label took five Super Weird Happenings across the country, whilst releasing a series of new recordings on vinyl, the next year. Eight singles were released between June and October, followed by a CD compilation, bringing together all of the singles as well as alternate versions and a special Greg Wilson mix.

Building on the success of a memorable Festival No.6 showcase in Portmeirion in 2015, Super Weird Substance returned in April 2017 with their most ambitious event to date, the 14 Hour Super Weird Happening at The Florrie. Prior to that Super Weird Substance collaborated with the man who bestowed their name, teaming up with Alan Moore and his Mandrillifesto project, Super Weird Substance created their second mixtape, ‘Alan Moore’s Mandrill Meets Super Weird Substance At The Arts Lab Apocalypse’, taking his acute social commentary and reinventing it within their own joyous sonic realm.

In 2018, the label returned to music with digital single, Gone With The Vibe and the first Substance Select EP. 2019 has seen a new, younger energy emerge in the label, bringing with it a solid stream of digital releases over the summer, as well as a second Substance Select EP, this time focused on SWS catalog remixes.

ALAN MOORE'S MANDRILL MEETS SUPER WEIRD SUBSTANCE AT THE ARTS LAB APOCALYPSE

BLIND ARCADE MEETS SUPER WEIRD SUBSTANCE IN THE MORPHOGENETIC FIELD

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