“like a circuit board unexpectedly blooming red carnations or a microchip with a slow-beating heart beneath its surface, Abbott’s music has an enigmatic, almost-living core which defies its technological composition.” – The Stool Pigeon
“Modern Driveway then, sees Abbott join an elite club of producers who are equally as rewarding in quiet bedroom contemplation as they are on a starry-eyed night out” - NME
“Warm, intimate arpeggio-driven techno from this excellent producer” - Time Out
Modern Driveway is Abbott’s first work since 2010's Holkham Drones and, whereas for others an EP might simply be a sandbox of sorts, for him it stands alone as uniquely as any as his other releases. Another shift forward for the bedroom artist, tracks like ‘Modern Driveway’ and ‘Carriage’ in particular still possess the dream-like nature that encompasses his sound, but attach themselves slightly more to gridlines, defined edges between textures, and beats.
01. Modern Driveway
02. Hand Drawn Maps
05. Meeting Hill