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Too Many Voices

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Waiting For You
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Butterflies
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New Romantic
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First Night
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Forgotten
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Selfish
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On My Mind
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Over
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Too Many Voices
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 9   Total Length: 46:17

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For new romantics...

Britster

I hear someone trying to break from his signature sound, after Faith in Strangers got a tad formulaic in places. It seems he's been listening to Oneohtrix Point Never, the copycat. But cynicism aside, I would agree it's a really solid work, opening up new avenues for Stott's sound...

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Dreamy, spacious and ethereal

Blurky

Stott continues on his journey to mix the 'knackered house' sound of his genre busting EPs 'We Stay together' and ' Passed me by' with the haunting Tri Angle-esque dream sounds of his former piano teacher and now regular collaborator Alison Skidmore. The album isn't particularly dancable and sneaks in more than a couple sonic curveballs, particularly through the twisted use of pitch and tempo. "Forgotten" is a particlarly intense example of this. At first, it sounds almost gimmicky but repeated listens really settle this track give it the a flavor just not heard elsewhere. The reverb is particularly heavy in lots of places, such as "New Romantic". It gives the album a cavernous feel, like a candle in a subway tunnel. It ends on a slow burn with "Too Many Voices" layering version after version of Skidmore's haunting voice. This work is likely to be remembered as his most cohesive album. A real treat.