Andy Stott Vinyl, CD & tapes from this artist at Norman Records
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Stotty returns with a brand new album which is sure to get fans of the dark recesses of eerie electronic music excitable over the coming months. By the looks of the press release, it might be a varied affair veering from sparse and downcast to motorik and driving to brutal analogue jammzzzz. The track I'm listening to is a slow burning dark brooder with techy instrumentation and heavily affected vocals leading to a quite sublime piece of music. Gonna be big 'n' bleak, get ready.
Andy Stott returns with a hotly awaited fourth album. Once again, Stott plunges into the gorgeous obsidian depths of treacle-thick distorted basslines and slow-mo juggernaut rhythms, to truly potent effect. Vocal collaborator of choice Alison Skidmore returns again on half the tracks. Too Many Voices is released by Modern Love.
Reissue of this great double set of 2011-era Andy Stott, on none other than the Modern Love label. These six tracks have that amazing shuffling slow heavy sound that Stott excels at, like techno on a tape machine with running-down batteries. Excellent aesthetic with compulsive grooves to match. Two LPs.
Passed Me By comes from Manchester based techno producer Andy Stott. The double vinyl LP crackles and pops with life through its minimal approach to electronica. The tracks dip and dive in and out of swaying instrumentation which transiently fades throughout the track and builds into something different, always surprising.
Andy Stott is big big news these days, which makes this a good time to revisit some of the sterling work he was doing before he rose in prominence. Turns out: it was great. Two albums reissued on 2 CDs from Modern Love, and at just a shade over a tenner for an hour and forty minutes of premium Stott, it’s hard to dispute.