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1North To South4:51
2Dark Details6:04
3Passed Me By6:54
5New Ground6:21


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
LOVE 069Andy Stott Passed Me By ‎(7xFile, MP3, EP, 320)Modern LoveLOVE 069UK2011
Love069Andy Stott Passed Me By ‎(7xFile, FLAC, EP)Modern LoveLove069UK2011
LOVE069Andy Stott Passed Me By ‎(2x12", RP, Cle)Modern LoveLOVE069UK2013
LOVE069Andy Stott Passed Me By ‎(2x12", RP, Eme)Modern LoveLOVE069UK2012


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Sides A, B, & C play at 45 RPM, side D plays at 33⅓ RPM.
'33⅓' on side B run out is crossed out.


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Andy Stott - Passed Me By. With seven tracks, the 2011 EP Passed Me By from Manchesters Andy Stott plays more like a mini-album. The intro, Signature, starts with the murkiest of beats and a scratchy ambience sounding like an underwater performance. Dubbed death disco in the U. and witch house on the West Coast, Stotts aptly titled New Ground taps into the slowed pulse of dirge-heavy techno. Execution and Passed Me By end things off on a slowed down tip, the former deploying an anaesthetised and padded 44 template sunk deeper into the abyss by deformed, time-stretched vocals, the latter ending off proceedings with a more delicate palette, letting go of all that pent-up emotion with nothing but that rumbling low-end and some strings for company. Listen free to Andy Stott Passed Me By Signature, New Ground and more. 7 tracks 33:28. Enter Andy Stott. The Manchester-based DJ and producer is no stranger to dance music of the most visceral kind. In the latter half of the 2000s, he was best known for steely, speaker-destroying dub techno. Recently, especially under the pseudonym Andrea, he's tried his hand at shuddering, breakbeat-fueled dubstep and 160-BPM juke. Where club culture mythologizes a circuit of endless nights and after-parties, Passed Me By suggests physical and spiritual exhaustion, Sisyphus collapsing beneath the dead-eyed twinkle of the disco ball. Luxury Problems is the second studio album by English electronic musician Andy Stott. It was released in 6 November 2012 by Modern Love. Stott's EP Passed Me By 2011 marks the beginning of the part of his discography where he made tracks with a less dub techno-tinged style that defined his previous records, opting instead for a much more bass-heavy sound a la Sunn O and Demdike Stare, slower tempos, and more abstract arrangements. However, the EP still contained elements of techno on tracks like . Genre: Dub Techno. Andy Stott has a knack for interesting, engaging and moody dub techno music. Heavy bass. Ominous vibe. Pulsating rhythms. A lot of it sounds lo-fi, as if you were outside a club. The disorted bass makes you feel claustrophobic with only a little bit of breathing room. Not a bad album, unfortuately a bit too short with little to no progression but still solid. If you're in the mood for a dark, minimal approach to techno, this one is for you. Andy is one of the better electronic artists to be on. read more. Passed Me By. Andy Stott 23-05-2011. Total duration:33 min. Andy Stott. Signature, 00:37. New Ground, 06:21


Andy Stott - Passed Me By FLAC
Andy Stott
Passed Me By
FLAC size:
2313 mb
MP3 size:
1379 mb
WMA size:
1188 mb
12 May 2011
Modern Love
House, Techno, Dubstep
Catalog №:
Good music. Excellent pressing. Picked this up used and it plays like new. Shiny black vinyl. Sounds great with no surface noise, clicks, or pops. For those that care: Modern Love does *not* include download codes with their vinyl records.
listening to B2 and all of a sudden i really want some chewing gum
I just got a copy in black vinyl (so this should be the original release) and the pressing is perfect. No clicks, very low noise floor in general. Side D has some obviously intended noise that comes and goes. But I noticed this record is cut at a very high level, so I wouldn't be surprised if skips were a result of mistracking. Listened to it at home on an old Thorens with a line contact cartridge (AT 150 MLX), no problems at all.
Me also ! on a Luxman PD-375.....superb pressing....gut wrenching bass. Sublime.
side a of my copy skips so much its unlistenable, a few pops here and there on the rest of the lp as well. seems to be pretty consistently poor pressings from modern love, have a vatican shadow lp that pops and skips all over as well.
everything I've ever had on Modern Love is pressed damn near perfectly, that's around 12-13 releases over the years. You must have a dodgy set up that can't handle low/sub frequencies obvs
Non-fill on side B with accompanying noise; sides C, and D yielding scratchy sounds and pops where undesired (and not present in hi-res digital copy). Really disappointing, because this bass is great, really nice mastering marred by poor pressing. Anyone else have this, or is this a one-off?
my copy is more or less the same way, side a is unlistenable, lotsa pops and scratches on the rest of the lp.
http://forums.stevehoffman.tv/threads/what-is-non-fill-defect-on-an-lp.65779/http://www.audioasylum.com/audio/vinyl/messages/99/998924.htmlhttp://www.analogplanet.com/content/what-non-fill-looksSome links on what it looks like, sounds like, and how it happens (according to people in forums and people with blogs).
I think this issue is global to every edition unfortunately.Check the comments for the emerald version, this issue was raised there as well.Thanks for mentioning the "non-fill" issue though, I had never heard about it.
This release is so damn good. I can see why the demand continues.
Initial thoughts: If Akufen and Guillaume Berroyer had a child and it experimented with Detroit techno in the 90's this would be the evil progeny.
Andy getting low and slooowwwww on this latest. Not for the faint of heart. Probably can't even beat match these into a set because they're so slow. But man its good. Some dark, drab, skull rattling beats on here. I dont know what that tribal looking fellow is doing on the cover art. Actually I do know. He just finished listening to this album, felt inspired, and decided to kill every motherf*cker in the village with a knife while they were sleeping. Women and children first. Merciless.
Wooden Purple Romeo
it pretty much makes your insides vibrate like buttons on a bass bin. and the times I have seen Demdike live they just make the walls loose and liquid. it really is a hair raising experience. I am seeing Andy live tomorrow actually! Psyched.
I absolutely agree on the taking music back to the point of its essence. And to me that is the creative accident in space where inspiration creates new views instead of copying things. When new musical scenes are formed this proces is excelerated, forming a dense collective conciousness. But as we have seen so many times, when s scene gets to big/popular it will eat its own succes. It loses its own creativeness. Andy Stott did his thing, may others do it as well. The ones with ears will listen, the others can only follow.
Indeed. I really want to see him playing live.I could say more nice stuff about his/modern love recent work, but i think people should discover by themselves, will have more effect in their minds.I'm just trying to get as more information as i can of how he achieved those results. I'm digging interviews and stuff, i'm quite confident with his ideas and the path he is tracing.I really hope more people follow paths this one and other advanced paths. Cause as i said, the cool music/scene we were listening to is already taken by brainless people. We're urging for a new underground, congratulations Andy/Moder Love you're helping a lot.
Great observation. Modern Love has been working the low BPM ranges for awhile now, specifically with the "Warehouse" series of releases. I personally find this album and the "We Stay Together" album much more captivating. What I really want to experience and what I really, really want to know, is what happens when you drop tunes this heavy on a proper sound system :)
Trully amazing stuff. He clearly put himself in another level, separated from the posers taking control over the 120-bpm-like-tracks.He is opening the gates and at the same time being host for those who wants to follow this way of being next level, will influence a lot of avant garde artists.
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