Miles Whittaker (from Pendle Coven and Demdike Stare) and Andy Stott; two pillars of record label Modern Love, were coming together between 2008 and 2010 to release the EPs they had created together, which they signed as Millie & Andrea. With them they gave way to a luscious dubby techno published under Modern Love’s sister label Daphne. It had been 4 years without us knowing anything of their collaboration, until the news from Drop The Vowels, first album to be signed by both, arrived. In it they achieved the mingling of their separate stylistic traits to form a thing that sounds different to anything they have made before. The record is described as “an album that recalls the strict and stripped funk of Anthony Shakir as much as it does Leila’s incredible debut ‘Like Weather’, eschewing the dark aesthetic both producers are best known for in favour of something much more visceral. It’s an album borne from a love of both pop and club music, made to evoke an adrenalised, hedonistic, as well as an emotional response.”

Un live set de Miles Whittaker para Nachtdigital