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 the streets outside. Next week, Stott releases his new album Faith In Strangers, the follow-up to 2012’s much-acclaimed Luxury Problems. As with that album, opera singer Alison Skidmore contributed heavily to the new one. We’ve already posted the early tracks “Violence” and “Faith In Strangers.” And right now, you can stream the full LP at NPR.
Faith In Strangers is out 11/18 on Modern Love.