All hail the return of Andy Stott to Modern Love. Continuing the thread he's been weaving since the seismic "Passed Me By", Stott locks into his slow and sinewy sound world and drags us with him. With tones and textures that bend and flex around disheveled beats far beyond anyone else's musical vernacular, there really is no one doing it like this guy right now. You might hear shards of familiarity trying desperately to break through, and there is certainly a very human heart at the core of this music, but there's always something utterly other-worldly shrouded in this music, and that's precisely why it's so compelling. Essential stuff, once again.