Uk Exklusive To Rubadub - Andy Stott's First Material Of 2010 Finds The Producer In A Sultry Mood, Delivering Two House Variants Produced With His Typically Deep And Luxurious Style. “Tell Me Anything” Centres Around Shuffling Snares, A Rugged Bassline And Sparkling Keys Anchoring The Track Somewhere Between Wide Open And Summery Expanses And The Compressed Warehouse Environments Of Darkest North Manchester. “Love Nothing” On The Flipside Is The Slower Of The Two Tracks, But Somehow One Of The Most Important Of Stott's Career, Unraveling To Expose An Unfathomably Deep Arrangement Of Decomposed Vocals And Mangled Percussion. It Sounds Like Newworldaquarium, Mount Kimbie And Dj Qu Shooting The Breeze, Evoking The Humid Spirit And Glamour Of A Hot Summer In The City.
Andy Stott's first material of 2010 finds the producer in a sultry mood, delivering two House variants produced with his typically deep and luxurious style. “Tell Me Anything” centres around shuffling snares, a rugged bassline and sparkling keys anchoring the track somewhere between wide open and summery expanses and the compressed warehouse environments of darkest North Manchester. “Love Nothing” on the flipside is the slower of the two tracks, but somehow one of the most important of Stott's career, unraveling to expose an unfathomably deep arrangement of decomposed vocals and mangled percussion. It sounds like Newworldaquarium, Mount Kimbie and DJ Qu shooting the breeze, evoking the humid spirit and glamour of a hot summer in the city.