4th album from andy stott, a follow-up to 2014s faith in strangers, once again featuring vocal contributions from alison skidmore, fourth world pop variants joining the dots between haruomi hosono & ryuichi sakamoto, newworldaquarium, ruff sqwad and theo parrish. mastered by matt colton at alchemy
earlier on this year andy stott found himself playing on the same bill as new york heavy metal hoarders batillus. despite operating in completely different spheres, batillus had been playing luxury problems, stotts most recent album, on their tourbus and suggested a remix. the result is pressed up on this one-sided 12inch, a deadly reduction that pitches the original down into the abyss. andy stott will be back in 2014 with new material.
it doesnt get much bigger than this andy stott gets called into to transform trickys redendtion of valentine into a murderous dungeon lullaby. get it fast its a super limited edition 12inch on splatter colored vinyl!
following on from a pair of extended players released in 2011 (passed me by / we stay together), andy stott returns to modern love with luxury problems, an 8 track album of new material recorded over the last 12 months. five of the tracks on the album feature the voice of alison skidmore, andys onetime piano teacher whom he hadnt seen since he was a teenager back in 1996. there was no grand gesture in mind, it just sort of happened – but after almost a year of studio work the result is really quite unlike anything you will have heard from him before.
for its second kiss, stolen kisses reached out to bnjmn, one of 2011s most promising artists. with nimble synth melodies that leap over burbling sub-bass with the grace and poise of ballet dancers, >nightvision< quickly distinguishes itself as more accessible but equally detailed as the tracks on the uk producers breakthrough album, >plastic world<. it is paired with a remix by fellow uk producer andy stott, a core member of the modern love family. fresh off his revelatory >passed me by< 2x12, stott drags >nightvision< into his lair to refashion it as a gritty, slo-mo beatdown. his sonic gremlins gnaw new textures into familiar progressions and set off sub-bass clusterbombs, daring djs to unleash the remix on a sizable sound system.
recorded in the immediate aftermath of his last ep >passed me by<, this new doublepack from andy stott features six new productions that are more desolate and exposed than anything on its predecessor. the opening >submission< tumbles into being with layers of washed-out digital revolutions, creating an artificial landscape thats quite at odds with the analogue machinations that follow - yet somehow rendering the alienated feel of this material perfectly. >posers< nudges its way into being abruptly and embeds another squashed funk variant thas all low-lit neon and growling textures, awkwardly shuffling into a more robust 4/4 template suffused with sparkling percussion and disembodied vocals. >bad wires< is the centrepiece of the ep, a relentless percussive cluster*ck that belies its slow tempo with a fearless rhythmic attitude. its as immersive and narcotic as anything ever produced by stott - peeling away one layer after another with each repeated listen. >we stay together< (part one) was the first track written for the ep and offers a more spacious narrative and a more sparkling, hazy palette - culminating in a beautifully frayed central hook thats somehow in keeping with the vhs aesthetic of both jamal moss and ferris bueller. >cherry eye< tumbles deep into a darkened hole before ep closer >cracked< turns up, fuelled by an odd mixture of adrenalin and sorrow to send you on your way.... buzzing and forlorn
you might know hatti vatti from an outstanding piece of music - >different music<, written for mindset back in 2009. a soulful dubstep, techno fusion that many will remember in the years to come as a great record. now polish born hatti vatti gives us a sneak peak on his debut recording for on the edge, expected release april 2011. another dubstep, techno fusion featuring vocals from echo ranks. then, as if the original wasn’t enough to wet your ear drums, the legend that is andy stott is on remix duties! he hasnt gone as industrial as some of his previous productions you might have heard, but still seriously dub techno and i for one have been playing the remix to death. all together a great (no pun intended) package!
produced slowly and meticulously over the last 12 months, these seven tracks are the closet thing we have had to a new album from andy stott since the release of his debut full-length merciless five years ago. taking influence from an array of seemingly incoherent noises, from the indefinable and unforgettable mind- tricks of arthur russell to the slowhouse of kassem mosse, from the alternate vhs realities of james ferraro and jamal moss to the linn drum classics of the vintage prince era - these seven tracks create their own pace and agenda, largely shying away from the dancefloor in favour of something more complex and hard to define.
one-sided 12inch limited to 500 copies, mastered by dubplates and mastering, night jewel has been brewing in andy stotts laboratory for the last year, a real peak-time killer. info: >night jewel< is the first one-sided twelve on modern love for over a year and is andy stotts biggest club track since the release of his overnight sellout >hostile< 12 inch back in 2009. revolving around reverberating chords reminiscent of move d at his deadliest, its a track that just builds into a heaving mass of feelgood vibes, honed and primed for the floor.
pablo bolivar is a well known and respected producer with an extensive discography that includes productions and remixes for labels like regular, galaktika, blurred vision, bay street, justified cause. >into the televerse< is a 10 minute deep tech-house joy, full of melodic elements and a moody groove, the catchy bass-line will keep everyones minds busy while some subtle elements join the ride. >in my hand< is a 3 minute beautiful soundscape that will find its place close to brian enos ambient explorations and the static caravan idm. modern loves enfant terrible andy stott gives his very personal touch to >into the televerse<
2015 repress ...following on from a pair of extended players released in 2011 (passed me by / we stay together) andy stott returns to modern love with luxury problems, an 8 track album of new material recorded over the last 12 months
2017 repress ... john talabot reiht sich in den erlesenen kreis der dj kicks compilations ein. oriol riverola aka john talabot gehoert aktuell zu den gefeiertsten djs und produzenten. eine feine house selektion , von raw chicago to deep house.... gatefold cover , 2x 12 inch vinyl incl cd
nice price deal !!! depeche modes martin gore veröffentlicht eine exklusive remix ep auf doppel-12-inch inklusive zwei bisher unveröffentlichter songs! nach veröffentlichung seines elektronischen instrumental-albums -mg- kündigt martin gore heute die mg remixes ep an. auf der ep, die anfang oktober auf doppel-12-inch erscheinen wird, sind remixe von andy stott, virgil enzinger und christoffer berg sowie zwei bisher unveröffentlichte tracks enthalten. das doppel-vinyl erscheint inklusive downloadcode.
ltd edtion , comes with free dvd !!!spanish electronica label semantica brings part two of this limited release by vladislav delay, and this time its the turn of the remixers. andy stott (modern love) stretches the original out into a typically deep and tweaked out dub-tronica version, while fibla (spa.rk, expanding, quatermass) makes a somewhat gentler and more melodic piece. very nice
spanish electronica label semantica brings part two of this limited release by vladislav delay, and this time its the turn of the remixers. andy stott (modern love) stretches the original out into a typically deep and tweaked out dub-tronica version, while fibla (spa.rk, expanding, quatermass) makes a somewhat gentler and more melodic piece. very nice
2017 re-issuejohn talabot reiht sich in den erlesenen kreis der dj kicks compilations ein. sein dj kicks mix wird im oktober auf !k7 veroeffentlicht. oriol riverola aka john talabot gehoert aktuell zu den gefeiertsten djs und produzenten
electronic music and dj culture lie at a crossroads at this moment in time. in one direction, the vinyl purists and fetishists, clinging onto the black gold that begat the entire art and culture of mixing. in the other, the technophiles who value convenie...