It was seven long years after Radioactive Man's self-titled debut album (on Weatherall's Rotters Golf Club label), before 'Booby Trap' followed in 2003. And then Keith became an all too busy collaborator, working with a host of producers like David Holmes, The Aloof and Red Snapper, creating the ever-evolving Swordsmen work for Emissions Audio Output. He also juggled the running of Control Tower, his live and DJ work and well, his life.
"I wanted it to be pretty dancefloor, but still the kind of album you can pop on at home and enjoy on headphones. I've tried to make the emphasis on actual songs, rather than just banging tracks. " Radioactive Man
In collaboration with fabric, Control Tower Records presents Growl. Both sharp spikes and vicious intent, fueling the warmth of beloved sweeping acid-laced soundscapes with a punk funk push, Tenniswood's album makes the case for menacingly beautiful electronica that spreads straight from your belly to your hips and feet. Undeniably influenced from his Two Lone Swordsmen work and his love for that Sabresonic sound, this album of future classic acid, emotional electro and techno breakbeat dub post rock cool oddness, featuring vocal tracks from Andrew Weatherall and Dot Allison, is a quirk in the eye of electronica pushing you to the dancefloor with both feet forward.