Andy Stott - Too Many Voices
Apr 25, 2016
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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 unique (what doesn't really happen here). Still, his opaque beats and obtuse soundscapes can be found on this new album, and Stott does manage to lure the listener to the inner depths of his bleak textures, and, on some of the highlights of the record, one might still get lost (in a good sense) and be seduced by his beautiful sonic endeavours. It is certainly not one of his best works, but still quite an entertaining experience.
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