Andy Stott - Too Many Voices
Too Many Voices
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EMR
67
On his new record, notorious producer Andy Stott gives a short step back in his delightfully dark catalogue, indulging into proto-vaporwave sounds and sampling-techniques that generate obvious Daniel Lopatin comparisons. The enigmatic producer from the Oneohtrix Point Never project plays a big role in Too Many Voices as a primmary influence on Stott. The problem is, Stott used to be a forward-looking electronic artist that constantly used his creative forces to keep his music relevant and ... read more
tha138
72
As a true, new romantic of the 21st century, Andy Stott moves towards the window, pulls the curtain and sits in front of his screen,since he had made up his mind, he prefers to pay the price of staying connected with his friends than to walk on uncharted territories.
TheMusicMan
80
A strong album once again by one of the greats of modern electronic music. I didn't enjoy this album quite as much as some of his earlier works as it starts to become slightly stale after a while but nonetheless it is still worth a listen from time to time.
JulianGomez974
65
Too Many Voices feels like a step forward and back for Andy Stott sound. The versatility is there and the catchiness too, but the overall appeal that his last record had has gone somewhere else. I really like how he creates an atmosphere with his imprint and the vocals add an interesting touch to the music, but for some reason it just doesn’t click with me. I heard this several times and I always end up thinking the same: technically it should be in my favorite list, but it’s not. ... read more
Guigss
89
One of the best electronic musicians this decade, Stott delievered his most adventurous ideas of turning his voices accessible but no less abstract. "Too Many Voices" is subtle in his message and regards atention. However the coolest thing of reading its words is notice in the end of the text that your body didn´t stop shaking at least since when First Night started.
Gupla
76
Andy Stott siempre tuvo un estilo particular en cada uno de sus proyectos, desde ese elegante dub-techno acompañado de cortos sampleos borrosos, hasta ese juego con el dubstep o el breakbeat simple y claro, como lo hecho en su trabajo más conocido, el flemático Luxury Problems, allá en 2012.

Too Many Voices, su tan esperado nuevo disco, rompe un poco con esa estética clásica en el sonido del productor inglés, no precisamente del todo, pero las ... read more
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