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Lighthouse Stories
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Cat: LOVE 102. Rel: 18 Apr 16
Techno
  1. Saab Prelude (Radio) (1:32)
  2. Six In The Morning (5:32)
  3. Thin Platforms (2:41)
  4. Coquelin Cloarec (Steps) (2:52)
  5. Coquelin Cloarec (Emotions) (3:07)
  6. Judo Coaster (2:53)
  7. Solidor Joint (2:21)
  8. An Other Swim (skit) (1:12)
  9. Feigned Confidence (2:29)
  10. Blinking Lights Sheep (3:58)
Review: Along with pal Black Zone Myth Chant, Low Jack has been responsible for some of the most intense, interesting and downright odd electronic music of recent times. Given this impressive record, it's unsurprising that Modern Love has snapped up Lighthouse Stories, his third full-length. Interestingly, it sees him move away from the dystopian, post-apocalyptic techno sound he's become famous for, instead delivering a set that mirrors the dark-and-light, slow-and-fast hybrid frequently showcased on Black Zone Myth Chant releases. Like that project, the music on Lighthouse Stories is damn near impossible to pigeonhole, sitting somewhere between uncomfortable intensity and exotic beauty.
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Drop The Vowels
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Cat: LOVE 094. Rel: 31 Mar 14
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Giff Riff
  2. Stay Ugly
  3. Temper Tantrum
  4. Spectral Source
  5. Corrosive
  6. Drop The Vowels
  7. Black Down
  8. Quay
Review: Although now better known for their respective solo work, and the latter's involvement with Sean Canty as Demdike Stare, Andy Stott (pictured above) and Miles Whittaker's Millie & Andrea project stands as one of Modern Love's more unique projects. Releasing a string of 12? singles on Modern Love sub-label Daphne from 2008-2010, the duo's music under the name experimented with various combinations of 2-step, jungle, grime, dub techno and footwork across five 12? singles. Now they return with Drop the Vowels, which makes complete sense given underground music's renewed fascination with all things revolving around the hardcore continuum. Just as wide ranging as previous material, with the LP covers the kind of tectonic mood pieces and wiry noise techno as Stott and Whittaker's recent solo material whilst delivering some of the most straight-up dancefloor material Modern Love has put out in years. Without doubt one of the albums of the year.
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New Brutalism
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Cat: LOVE 092. Rel: 12 May 14
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Uk Will Not Survive
  2. Negative Space
  3. Three Day Jag
  4. Strangers
  5. Run Out
Played by: MRSK
Too Many Voices
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Cat: LOVE 101 . Rel: 25 Apr 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Waiting For You
  2. Butterflies
  3. New Romantic
  4. First Night Alone
  5. Forgotten
  6. Selfish
  7. On My Mind
  8. Over
  9. Too Many Voices
Review: Andy Stott rarely gets it wrong. To date, he's release a trio of fine full-lengths on Modern Love, each of which has arrived perfectly formed. It's a similar story on fourth album Too Many Voices. Rich, spacious and melodious, it draws on both classic and contemporary sounds, channeling Yellow Magic Orchestra, James Blake, Boards Of Canada, Autechre and clap-happy drum machine funk, before twisting these varied inspirations into thrilling new shapes. For all the high-minded experimentalism, Stott's greatest gift is an ability to create music that's inspired and entertaining, achieving a balance between boundary-pushing and old-fashioned melodiousness. When he gets it right, as on Too Many Voices, few can really compete.
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Passed Me By
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Passed Me By (double 12")
Cat: LOVE 069. Rel: 23 May 11
Techno
  1. Signature
  2. New Ground
  3. North To South
  4. Intermittent
  5. Dark Details
  6. Execution
  7. Passed Me By
Review: ** Repress Alert! Modern Love issue a much requested repress of Andy Stott's amazing Passing Me By and it's on clear emerald vinyl ** British dub-techno producer Andy Stott returns to the production fold with this excellent double pack entitled Passed Me By. Although strictly a double EP rather than an album, there's enough here to fill the void left since the last Stott long player, Merciless. Housed in artwork that perfectly encapsulates the mood of the music within, Stott opens with the disturbed paranoia of "Signature" and the brilliant "New Ground", which utilises a drowned-out vocal snippet that immediately brings to mind the work of Actress. The grumbling dub of "North To South" contrasts neatly with "Intermittent", in which rasping drum hits form the rhythmic pulse, allowing another ethereal vocal to float over the top. The second 12" takes on an even darker hue; with the raw drum hits of "Dark Details", terrifying drone of "Execution" and ghostly atmospherics of the title track rounding off this most stunning release.
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Faith In Strangers
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Cat: LOVE 098LP. Rel: 24 Nov 14
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Time Away
  2. Violence
  3. On Oath
  4. Science & Industry
  5. No Surrender
  6. How It Was
  7. Damage
  8. Faith In Strangers
  9. Missing
Review: ** REPRESS ** On 2012's Luxury Problems, Andy Stott delivered his most rewarding work yet - an impeccable exploration of the twin attractions of lightness and darkness that was near impossible to pigeonhole. Faith In Strangers, that album's belated follow-up, is similarly minded. Peppered with audible references to his many inspirations - field recordings, found sounds, dub techno, IDM, ambient, post-dubstep and trip-hop, in particular - it's a set that quietly drifts between sludgy dreaminess and pin-sharp late night horror. As such, it's an inspired set, with Stott's use of odd instrumentation and the evocative vocals of Alison Skidmore significantly enhancing the experience.
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Faith In Strangers
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Cat: LOVE 098. Rel: 17 Nov 14
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Time Away
  2. Violence
  3. On Oath
  4. Science & Industry
  5. No Surrender
  6. How It Was
  7. Damage
  8. Faith In Strangers
  9. Missing
Review: On 2012's Luxury Problems, Andy Stott delivered his most rewarding work yet - an impeccable exploration of the twin attractions of lightness and darkness that was near impossible to pigeonhole. Faith In Strangers, that album's belated follow-up, is similarly minded. Peppered with audible references to his many inspirations - field recordings, found sounds, dub techno, IDM, ambient, post-dubstep and trip-hop, in particular - it's a set that quietly drifts between sludgy dreaminess and pin-sharp late night horror. As such, it's an inspired set, with Stott's use of odd instrumentation and the evocative vocals of Alison Skidmore significantly enhancing the experience.
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We Stay Together
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We Stay Together (double 12")
Cat: LOVE 072. Rel: 10 Oct 11
Techno
  1. Submission
  2. Posers
  3. Bad Wires
  4. We Stay Together (part 1)
  5. Cherry Eye
  6. Cracked
Review: **Repress Action! Now available in transparent gold vinyl, Modern Love come through with a long overdue repress of Andy Stott's We Stay Together, the follow up to his incredible reinvention on Passed Me By** Opening with the beatless "Submission", a Fennesz style wash of recorded waves subjected to crushing compression, he moves into the 100bpm territory of "Posers" which concentrates on a roughly treated, barely there vocal sample, and "Bad Wires", which slowly disorientates the listener with its sludgy bass loop and fizzing atmosphere. Meanwhile "We Stay Together" opts for a cleaner atmosphere with demonic undertones, whilst "Cherry Eye" offers the faintest sceptre of melody in a cavernous backdrop. Finally "Cracked" hypnotises with its metallic textures and undercurrent of acid which gurgles beneath. For anyone who considers themselves even remotely adventurous in their techno tastes, We Stay Together is essential.
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Luxury Problems
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Luxury Problems (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: LOVE 079. Rel: 09 Jun 14
Techno
  1. Numb
  2. Lost & Found
  3. Sleepless
  4. Hatch The Plan
  5. Expecting
  6. Luxury Problems
  7. Up The Box
  8. Leaving
Review: On Luxury Problems, Mancunian producer Andy Stott builds on the knackered house and techno sound showcased in last year's brace of brilliance, Passed Me By and We Stay Together. The album will contain eight tracks recorded in the last 12 months, with five of the songs featuring vocals from his old piano teacher who Stott hadn't seen since he was a teenager in 1996, with the opening track "Numb" seeing her looped and layered vocals exuding a cinematic quality. The paranoid, dense, slow-moving qualities that Stott has made his signature remain, but they've been toyed with and manipulated, and the vocal elements feel like a calculated gamble - one that has truly paid off. Modern Love go all out on presentation too, with Luxury Problems arriving in a superb gatefold sleeve. Highly recommended.
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Too Many Voices
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Too Many Voices (gatefold 2xLP repress)
Cat: LOVE 101. Rel: 30 May 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Waiting For You (2:44)
  2. Butterflies (4:24)
  3. New Romantic (5:38)
  4. First Night (5:46)
  5. Forgotten (5:39)
  6. Selfish (4:36)
  7. On My Mind (6:10)
  8. Over (5:06)
  9. Too Many Voices (6:08)
Review: Andy Stott rarely gets it wrong. To date, he's release a trio of fine full-lengths on Modern Love, each of which has arrived perfectly formed. It's a similar story on fourth album Too Many Voices. Rich, spacious and melodious, it draws on both classic and contemporary sounds, channeling Yellow Magic Orchestra, James Blake, Boards Of Canada, Autechre and clap-happy drum machine funk, before twisting these varied inspirations into thrilling new shapes. For all the high-minded experimentalism, Stott's greatest gift is an ability to create music that's inspired and entertaining, achieving a balance between boundary-pushing and old-fashioned melodiousness. When he gets it right, as on Too Many Voices, few can really compete.
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Watching Dead Empires In Decay
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Cat: LOVE 088CD. Rel: 28 Oct 13
Industrial/Noise
  1. We Are Enemies But Not Here
  2. So Pale It Shone In The Night
  3. Spiral Of Decline
  4. We Scarcely See Sunlight
  5. Providence Or Fate
  6. Where Are Our Monsters Now, Where Are Our Friends?
  7. Grey Day Drift
  8. Ill Fares The Land
  9. About To Enter A Strange New Period
Review: Man of many pseudonyms (15 and counting) James Leyland Kirby returns to one of his lesser known projects, The Stranger, for a typically unsettling trip into drone territory on Modern Love. Built around strange samples, field recordings and curious use of clattering live percussion (see the blacksmith ambient jazz of "We Scarcely See Sunlight"), Watching Dead Empires in Decay is like the unofficial soundtrack to Britain's continued decline. Certainly, its woozy electronics and unsettling melodies evoke mental images of late night walks through desolate urban wasterlands. Though bleak in outlook, there are some particularly emotion-rich moments, not least the superb, mournful "Providence or Fate".
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