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The Manchester producer Andy Stott has built a name by developing a bleak, skeletal, dubbed-out style of electronic music -- music for the sort of clubs where irradiated zombie mutants are wandering…   Read Story »
The Manchester producer Andy Stott makes dubby, intense, vaguely oppressive dance music, and he recently announced that he'd follow up Luxury Problems, his 2012 breakthrough album, with a new one…   Read Story »
Manchester producer Andy Stott has been making music for about a decade, but he truly found his voice with a pair of grim and dubby EPs in 2011. Then, more importantly, he found another voice.…   Read Story »
The Adult Swim Singles Series regularly roams wildly across genre boundaries, but most of the tracks that the Cartoon Network tycoons give us for free are, in one way or another, fun. But I'm not…   Read Story »
In 1959, Ornette Coleman released The Shape of Jazz To Come, a record with content almost as audacious as its title. Forty-seven years later, Coleman at least partially fulfilled his own challenge…   Read Story »
Manchester producer Andy Stott has been on the scene a while, but recently he's been generating buzz for his new approach; formerly a stalwart on the techno scene, Stott's now making bass music that…   Read Story »