Posted in dance | music | tour dates on August 12, 2014

by Andrew Sacher

Andy Stott at Pitchfork Fest 2013 (more by Cory Dewald)
Andy Stott

Millie & Andrea is the collaborative project of IDM mastermind Andy Stott and Miles Whitaker of dark ambient duo Demdike Stare. Earlier this year, they put out their debut album, Drop the Vowels, via Modern Love, which is full of out-there electronic music that should appeal to any fans of Andy and Miles' respective projects. Hear it for yourself by streaming the LP (via THUMP) below.

Millie & Andrea are now set to go on their label Modern Love's North American tour this September, which also features Andy Stott and Demdike Stare sets (all three are live sets). The tour hits NYC on September 19 at Output which also features a set from Miles on his own and Modern Love's Sean Canty. In Output's Panther Room that night, Vatican Shadow plays a collaborative live/DJ set with Funtion, along with sets from The Bunker's Ulysses and Bryan Kasenic. Tickets for that show, which get you into both rooms, are on sale now.

All dates are listed, with the Millie & Andrea LP stream, below...

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Andy Stott / Demdike Stare / Millie & Andrea -- 2014 Tour Dates
09-17 Detroit, MI - Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit
09-18 Toronto, Ontario - Adelaide Hall
09-19 New York, NY - Output
09-20 Miami, FL - The Light Box at Goldman Warehouse
09-21 Chicago, IL - Thalia Hall
09-23 Austin, TX - The North Door
09-24 Gambier, OH - The Horn Gallery at Kenyon College
09-25 Seattle, WA - Decibel Festival
09-26 San Francisco, CA - 1015 Folsom
09-27 Los Angeles, CA - Hollywood Forever Cemetery

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Comments (2)

And there you have it ... the sad state of comments on BV, as many have pointed out recently. Nobody has a problem throwing around comments that are grade-school level idiocy, but an article on a supreme act like this gets nothing. Ha!

Posted by Anonymous | August 12, 2014 4:00 PM

^lol, I mean he's no Lustmord. That guy can toggle between gmail, twitter and Bleacher Report at virtuoso speeds. This guy is alright, but he's not real.

Posted by Anonymous | August 12, 2014 4:11 PM

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