Following the release of Martin Gore’s self-titled release under the moniker MG, comes an introspective remix of “Europa Hymn” from deep techno producer and…Read More
Andy Stott is a Manchester-based producer of dub and techno music who has released three albums with the Modern Love label. His debut album was Merciless in 2006, and was followed by Unknown Exception (2008) and Luxury Problems in 2012.
Stott has undertaken several productions under the moniker Andrea and these works were released on Daphne, a sublabel of Modern Love. Most of this work is in association with MLZ / Pendle Coven’s Miles Whittaker who used the moniker Millie in the recording and were released as Millie & Andrea. In 2012, Stott collaborated with the Brooklyn duo The Hundred in the Hands remixing Keep It Low  from their 2012 album, Red Night.
Andy Stott returns with ‘Faith In Strangers’ out November 18th via Modern Love. This is Stott’s first new album since 2012’s ‘Luxury Problems.’ In anticipation of his upcoming release, Stott shares title track “Faith In Strangers” and in September he debuted “Violence.” You listen to both new songs below. ‘Faith In Strangers’ was written and recorded between January 2013 and June 2014:Read More
Andy Stott returns with ‘Faith In Strangers’, his first new album since 2012’s heralded ‘Luxury Problems.’ ‘Faith In Strangers’ was written and recorded between January 2013 and June 2014, and was edited and sequenced in late July this year. Making use of on an array of instruments, field recordings:Read More
While Turning The Mind swung like a hedonistic after-party held after Maps’ debut release,’We Can Create’, Vicissitude has the distinct feeling of digging deep and confronting reality head onRead More
The time has come for a first announcement leading up to MUTEK 2013! For its 14thedition, the festival has decided to shake up the tradition of announcing names in mid-March by unveiling its first crop of performers todayRead More