Andrew Shallcross, known by his stage name Andy Votel, is an electronic musician, DJ and record producer, co-founder of Twisted Nerve Records and the reissue label Finders Keepers Records. He is also a founder member of the B-Music collective alongside David Holmes, Bob Stanley, Belle And Sebastian, Cherrystones and Gerald Short.
Votel has been the curator of a number of events including the 2006 event at the Barbican Centre celebrating the music of Jean-Claude Vannier and Serge Gainsbourg. This event reunited musicians who played on the albums Histoire de Melody Nelson and L’enfant Assassin des Mouches. It also featured a number of contemporary artists as guest vocalists including Jarvis Cocker, Badly Drawn Boy, Brigitte Fontaine, The Bad Seeds’ Mick Harvey and the lead singer from Super Furry Animals, Gruff Rhys.
- If Six Was Nine (12", Grand Central Records, 1996)
- Canter (7", Sluts Small, 1999, split single with Add N to X)
- Whirlpool (Twisted Nerve Records)
- The Amazing Transplant EP - with Cherrystones (12", Stark Reality, 1999)
- Girl On A Go-ped / Return Of The Spooky Driver (Twisted Nerve Records)
- Girl On A Go-ped (Remix) (Twisted Nerve Records)
- Styles of the Unexpected (Twisted Nerve Records, 2000)
- All Ten Fingers (Twisted Nerve Records, 2002)
- Music To Watch Girls Cry (2003)
- Folk Is Not a Four Letter Word (2005)
- Vertigo Mixed (2005)
- Songs In The Key Of Death (2005)
- Songs Of Insolence (2005)
- Welsh Rare Beat (2005)
- Prog Is Not a Four Letter Word (2006)
- One Nation Under a Grave (2007)
- Vintage Voltage (2010)
- Andy Votel's profile at Twisted Nerve. Retrieved Aug. 11, 2005.
- Review of "Styles Of The Unexpected". Retrieved Aug. 11, 2005.
- Andy Votel's Myspace Page
- Andy Votel's Booking Agency
-  Pierre Perrone, The Independent, 24 October 2006
-  Matt Walton, BBC Collective Website, 25 July 2003.
- Record Collector Magazine, December 2005
-  BBC Collective Website, 2004
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