Format: 2 x LP
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Finally REPRESSED on transparent gold vinyl!!!
6 track / 40 minute doublepack of new material from Andy Stott, a companion piece of sorts to “Passed Me By” released earlier this year.Desolate, slow and radiant productions taking the sound of “Passed Me By” to even more exposed terrain. Mastered and cut at Dubpates & Mastering, Berlin - Limited to 700 copies for the world. 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 that's 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 that's 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 it's slow tempo with a fearless rhythmic attitude. It's 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 that's 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.
|1||Submission||Add to Playlist||Play|
|2||Posers||Add to Playlist||Play|
|3||Bad Wires||Add to Playlist||Play|
|4||We Stay Together (Part One)||Add to Playlist||Play|
|5||Cherry Eye||Add to Playlist||Play|
|6||Cracked||Add to Playlist||Play|
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