British producer Andy Stott’s brand of taut techno reductionism folds several strains of electronic dance music into a unique sound all his own. Referencing classic Detroit techno, house, German minimalism a la Basic Channel, and recent developments in post-dubstep, Stott’s elegant, bass heavy, dub techno is stark and clean as well as hypnotic and emotive. Closely aligned with the excellent Modern Love label since its inception, Stott’s music is on the vanguard of progressive dance music.
Debuting in 2005 with the Replace EP, Stott’s style emerged pretty well fully... Read More
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Electronic-Dance, Techno, Dub Techno, Electronica, Downtempo, House, Deep House