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See Other People
Cat: RH-DC 3. Rel: 24 Aug 10
Deep House
  1. Cosmin TRG - "See Other People" (FaltyDL remix)
  2. FaltyDL - "St Marks" (Cosmin TRG remix)
Review: The third Rush Hour Direct Current release sees previous incumbents Cosmin TRG and Falty DL engage in some mutual back scratching activities with each remixing a standout track from the others RHDC EP. Falty DL turns the Romanian's "See Other People" into a crazed futuristic techno R&B hybrid - probably what a Kyle Hall remix of Kingdom would sound like. On the flip "St Marks Place" gets a truly menacing techno funky rerub from the Cosmin. Top release all round.

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I Can't Breathe
Cat: 50WEAPONS 007. Rel: 03 Jan 11
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Elan - "I Can't Breathe"
  2. Elan - "McGuillicutty Moves"
  3. FaltyDL - "Large Flash"
  4. FaltyDL - "I'm Gonna Show You Somthin"
Review: Fifty Weapons arrive with their latest sonic emissive as the mysterious eLan and FaltyDL each take a side on this classy 10 inch. eLan seems to have been plucked from relative obscurity by Modeselektor (he also featured prominently on last year's Modeselektion Vol 1) but the producer certainly knows how to craft a fine instro hop beat with "I Can't Have" laying down woozed out hypnagogic synths over a bumping beat which dovetails nicely with the more frenetic rhythmic leanings of "McGuillicutty Moves" . Falty ups the pace on the other side with some futurist beat action, as "Large Flash" and "I'm Gonna Show You Somthin" both tweak a 2-step bass heavy flex over stuttering melodic and vocal edits.
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Danger
Danger (10")
Cat: ZEN 10377. Rel: 16 Jan 14
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Danger
  2. King Brute (feat Shanghai Den)
Review: Man like Drew Lustman returns to Ninja Tune for an excellent slab of forward thinking beat science under his universally acclaimed FaltyDL guise. It's nice to see FaltyDL back on the label after a stint overseeing the rise of his own Blueberry Records operation - expect much more from them in 2014 - and once again Ninja house Lustman's work in the classy throwback original Ninja Tune yellow and black housebag. The A Side title track to Danger expertly rolls in the crawlspace between contemporary juke and early millennial broken beat with subtle hints of classic 60s spy cinema. It's complemented well by "King Brute," a collaboration with the superbly named Shanghai Den which spills with creeping atmospherics.
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Power
Power (12")
Cat: SWAMP 028. Rel: 29 Apr 14
Bass
  1. Huff & Puff Bruk
  2. Mo
Review: Making a welcome return to Swamp 81 after the Mean Streets pair of releases, Falty DL is on superlative form as ever with a pair of direct cuts that play on different sides of his production personality. "Huff & Puff Bruk" takes the fundamentals of 2-step and infuses it with lazy jazz and ethereal tones for a crisply funking, whimsical cut that should get all soulful spinners in a lather. On the flip things get edgier as "Mo" takes sharply looped vocal samples and works them around clattering slices of breaks to whip up the kind of frenzy that Tessela and co. inspire with their own rum choppery.
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Straight & Arrow
Cat: ZEN 12337. Rel: 09 Nov 12
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Straight & Arrow (original)
  2. Straight & Arrow (Mike Q & Divoli S'vere remix)
  3. Straight & Arrow (Four Tet remix)
Review: On the basis of the material FaltyDL has released with Ninja Tune thus far, his forthcoming third album Hardcourage should rank as one of the more interesting albums to surface in the first quarter of next year. Following the excellent throwback styles of "Hardcourage", the New Yorker showcases his seemingly endless palette of styles with "Straight & Narrow", a wonderfully colourful and vivid sounding production. Dominated by some deft vocal chopping, it's the way these cooing elements intertwine with the beguiling synth noodling and crisp almost handclap style beats that resonates deeply. Ballroom duo Mike Q and Divoli S'vere naturally latch onto the most obvious elements in the vocals and clapped beats, laying them atop a breathlessly frenetic rhythmic mainframe, while Four Tet hogs the flip with a dewy eyed, slowly percolating seven minute remix that will tug at the heart strings of his legion of fans.
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Straight & Arrow
Cat: ZEN 7337. Rel: 29 Nov 12
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Straight & Arrow (radio edit)
  2. Straight & Arrow (Gold Panda remix)
Review: On the basis of the material FaltyDL has released with Ninja Tune thus far, his forthcoming third album Hardcourage should rank as one of the more interesting albums to surface in the first quarter of next year. Following the excellent throwback styles of "Hardcourage", the New Yorker showcases his seemingly endless palette of styles with "Straight & Narrow", a wonderfully colourful and vivid sounding production. Dominated by some deft vocal chopping, it's the way these cooing elements intertwine with the beguiling synth noodling and crisp almost handclap style beats that resonates deeply. On the flip, Gold Panda delivers a typically prismatic reworking with thickly detuned vocals that outdoes even the likes of Four Tet in the melody stakes.
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Played by: Walter Jones
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Hardcourage
Cat: ZENCD 129. Rel: 17 Jan 13
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Stay I'm Changed
  2. She Sleeps
  3. Straight & Arrow
  4. Uncea
  5. For Karme
  6. Finally Some Shit / The Rain Stopped
  7. Kenny Rolls One
  8. Korben Dallas
  9. Re Assimilate
  10. Bells
Review: There's always been something a little loved-up about the scattergun, genre-bending productions of New York's Drew Lustman, AKA Falty DL. Yet previously, his desire to fuse cutting-edge rhythms with vintage rave references sometimes got in the way. Hardcourage, his first full-length for independent behemoths Ninja Tune, takes a more 'softly-softly' approach. Whereas his last full-length, 2011's You Stand Uncertain, was a kaleidoscopic invitation to start the dance, Hardcourage gently beckons you towards a loving embrace. While there are still plenty of skittish rhythms present, they're wrapped up in a warm orange glow - all serotonin-soaked chords, cascading melodies, bluesy vocal samples and near-Balearic compositions. In many ways it's a startling about-turn, but one that comes heartily recommended.
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Hardcourage
Hardcourage (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ZEN 192. Rel: 17 Jan 13
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Stay I'm Changed
  2. She Sleeps
  3. Straight & Arrow
  4. Uncea
  5. For Karme
  6. Finally Some Shit/The Rain Stopped
  7. Kenny Rolls One
  8. Korben Dallas
  9. Re Assimilate
  10. Bells
  11. The Love I Need
Review: There's always been something a little loved-up about the scattergun, genre-bending productions of New York's Drew Lustman, AKA Falty DL. Yet previously, his desire to fuse cutting-edge rhythms with vintage rave references sometimes got in the way. Hardcourage, his first full-length for independent behemoths Ninja Tune, takes a more 'softly-softly' approach. Whereas his last full-length, 2011's You Stand Uncertain, was a kaleidoscopic invitation to start the dance, Hardcourage gently beckons you towards a loving embrace. While there are still plenty of skittish rhythms present, they're wrapped up in a warm orange glow - all serotonin-soaked chords, cascading melodies, bluesy vocal samples and near-Balearic compositions. In many ways it's a startling about-turn, but one that comes heartily recommended.
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Heaven Is For Quitters
Heaven Is For Quitters (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: BBRLP 001. Rel: 20 Oct 16
Bass
  1. Tasha (1:08)
  2. Infinite Sustain (feat Hannah Cohen) (3:33)
  3. Frigid Air (feat U Ziq) (4:45)
  4. River Phoenix (5:52)
  5. Bridge Spot (4:53)
  6. Drugs (feat Rosie Lowe) (4:03)
  7. Shock Therapy (4:01)
  8. Fleshy Compromise (3:43)
  9. Neeloon (First Kiss) (2:04)
  10. Whisper Diving (4:08)
  11. Beasts Of Heaven (4:25)
  12. Osaka Phantom (2:05)
  13. D & C (1:33)
Review: NYC's FaltyDL has been constantly active over the last few years, with the majority of his music landing via his very own Blueberry imprint. He's prone to releasing EPs on the fly, so a new album by our beloved 'bass' producer is truly exciting. This is especially true as of late, because the artist has gradually moved away from the fidgety two-step-garage hybrids that he has been heavily associated with, and much more towards a leftfield/r&b kind of space. There are beat-driven, percussion-heavy grooves such as "River Phoenix" or "Frigid Air", but the majority of this album is drenched in a placid, soulful vibe that uses different styles of beats and arrangements to get its direction across. "Drugs" featuring Rosie Lowe, for example, will appeal to the soul enthusiasts as much as the dancers, while tunes like "Fleshy Compromise" might even get the coldwave jockeys to turn heir heads. The point is, FaltyDL is in a state of constant flux, and this album is proof of the man's many talents. YES.
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In The Wild
In The Wild (180 gram vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ZEN 212. Rel: 06 Aug 14
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Aqui, Port Lligat
  2. New Haven
  3. Uptight
  4. Do Me
  5. Greater Antilles (part 1)
  6. Nine
  7. Frontin
  8. Untitled 12
  9. Ahead The Ship Sleeps
  10. Rolling
  11. Dos Gardenias
  12. Heart & Soul
  13. Grief
  14. In The Shit
  15. Danger
  16. Some Jazz Shit
  17. Greater Antilles (part 2)
Review: In the period since the release of his late 2012 album Hardcourage, Drew Lustman has founded his own label as well as dropping singles on Swamp81 and Ninja Tune, slipped out the odd remix and kept up a busy touring schedule. Where he managed to fit in the studio time for a fourth album In The Wild is not clear but a new FaltyDL long player will always be welcome. At 17 tracks long, In The Wild is Lustman's most comprehensive display of his production palette by some distance with the Brooklyn based artist using the afforded space to really go deep into his various creative impulses. It's a lot to take in immediately, but tracks such as "Frontin'" and "Ahead The Ship Sleeps" feel like FaltyDL on top form.
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In The Wild
Cat: ZENCD 212. Rel: 07 Aug 14
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Aqui, Port Lligat
  2. New Haven
  3. Uptight
  4. Do Me
  5. Greater Antilles (part 1)
  6. Nine
  7. Frontin
  8. Untitled 12
  9. Ahead The Ship Sleeps
  10. Rolling
  11. Dos Gardenias
  12. Heart & Soul
  13. Grief
  14. In The Shit
  15. Danger
  16. Some Jazz Shit
  17. Greater Antilles (part 2)
Review: For all the impressive vivaciousness of his previous albums, Drew Lustman has occasionally been guilty of throwing together far too many ideas. Of course, when he hit the spot - and his track record in that regard is impressive - few could match his ability to fuse a myriad of dancefloor-centric styles with vivid melodies and kkleidoscopic sounds. On Into The Wild, his fourth album, he consciously takes a different approach, fixing his colourful sound palette to more downtempo rhythms - think hip-hop, jazz, dub and pitched-down post-dubstyep -and ambient soundscapes. The results are, by and large, stunning, with Lustman delivering evocative and at times spellbinding compositions that are almost cinematic in feel. It's a surprise turn, for sure, but one that offers further proof of Lustman's impeccable credentials.
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///I\II\\\\ (orange splattered vinyl 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: ZEN 12407. Rel: 20 Nov 14
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Greater Antilles (VIP)
  2. Rolling (U Ziq remix)
  3. Frontin (BRRD remix)
  4. Do Me (Bruk mix)
  5. Grief (E&E remix)
  6. GA 2 Tape Outcome Z130583
  7. M ///I\II\\\\
  8. P ///I\II\\\\
Review: After his In The Wild LP dropped on Ninja Tune last year, Drew Lustman continues on an exploratory path for this new EP, revisiting tracks from the album, inviting remixers in to play with the parts, and offering up some fresh excursions into the unknown via tape processes and other such studio experiments. "Greater Antilles VIP" is certainly a patient creation, moving through orchestral swells loaded with melodrama and quietly tense moments of earthen percussion. u-Ziq delivers a remix of "Rolling" that harks back to the good old days of British electronica with its overdriven alien beats and melancholic synth swells, while Brrd goes positively ambient with his grainy version of "Frontin". Lustman's own broken beat revision of "Do Me" dazzles with autumnal grace, and the additional experimental pieces shed light on further experimental alternatives to the typical FaltyDL sound.
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Hip Love
Hip Love (12")
Cat: RAMP 042. Rel: 05 Mar 11
Bass
  1. Hip Love
  2. Hip Love (Jamie XX remix)
Review: Two of electronic music's most exciting talents converge on one stunning record on Ramp. New Yorker FaltyDL turns in the original cut here, with "Hip Love" serving as the perfect diversion for those of you eagerly awaiting his upcoming album on Planet Mu. Falty's idiosyncratic stew of schizophrenic snares, manipulated vocals and murmurings of sub bass are all present and correct, with a particularly tough edge to the rasping kick. Jamie xx takes care of business on the B Side, stripping "Hip Love" of its intricate percussion and turning it into a low end roller with bass frequencies that'll have nightclub sound engineers waking up in cold sweats. Essential release.
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Atlantis
Atlantis (12")
Cat: ZEN 12298. Rel: 10 Nov 11
Bass
  1. Atlantis
  2. Can't Stop The Prophet
  3. My Light, My Love
  4. The Sale Ends
Review: FaltyDL arrives on venerable UK imprint Ninja Tune with his most accomplished productions to date in tow. Typically, trying to pigeon-hole this release into a single genre is an exercise in futility, with sounds and textures flittering between disparate samples and tempos with effortless ease. Title track "Atlantis" is a melodic, smudged out roller with a bassline that evokes memories of LCD Soundsystems' "Tribulations" which dovetails snugly with some twangy plucked instrumentation. "Can't Stop The Prophet" is more adventurous still, with crackly atmospherics, toyed-with vocals, sumptuous strings giving off a languid, relaxed air; that is until the frenetic jungle breakdown arrives! Flip over for the hip-hop esque swagger of "My Light My Love" and clattering hats and deep house chords of "The Sale Ends". Highly recommended.
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Rich Prick Poor Dick
Rich Prick Poor Dick (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: ZEN 12419. Rel: 22 Sep 15
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Rich Prick Poor Dick (4:47)
  2. Bookaloo (5:59)
Review: Pick up a dictionary, look up 'curveball' and you'll find "Rich Prick Poor Dick". You won't... But you should. After his experimental soundscapery on his In The Wild album, FaltyDL has decided to go all-out on our tooshes with two rather disparate club cuts. The unforgettably titled lead track is a rampant, near-150BPM, techno slapper with heavy elements of psy trance thrown into the mix for good measure and strong flavour. "Bookaloo" plays the cheeky, trippy antidote. A much slower (but still beat-heavy) beat jam, it's bedazzled in an array of both melodic and rhythmic leads and counter leads. Now look up the word 'essential'.
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River Girl
River Girl (12")
Cat: BBRX 002. Rel: 29 Oct 15
Deep House
  1. River Girl (4:56)
  2. Do You Box? (6:32)
Review: New York's FaltyDL has remained busy throughout the year, issuing a LP filled with bruk jungle on Planet Mu, collaborating with Fotomachine, dropping the odd Ninja Tune 12" and facilitating a most interesting album from Elysia Crampton through his Blueberry label. Speaking of which, the man himself lines this latest Blueberry 12" with a pair of signature heavy licks. The A side, "River Girl", is simply a great piece of house music with subtle tribal influences and sultry vocal samples, all wrapped up in a hybrid coating consisting of hip-hop, juke and even a little synth-pop, perhaps. On the flip, "Do You Box?" goes much deeper down the rabbit hole, offering an odd, broken beat that is just slightly too fast for hip-hop, and a tad slow for house. Whatever you would want to call it, it's clear that FaltyDL has the ability to marry just about any genre together.
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Visceral
Visceral (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: ZEN 12420. Rel: 30 Nov 15
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Visceral (5:19)
  2. The Ah Track (7:08)
Review: Although it has pretty much always been the case, it has to be said that Falty DL is absolutely on fire at the moment, and the New Yorker has been releasing bangers left, right and centre since the start of the year. This time, he takes a break from his own imprint and lands back on London's mighty Ninja Tune with a couple of bangers, all nice and deep, like. "Visceral" is a gentle garage hybrid running at a fast pace and blending all sorts of melodies into its shell, while "The Ah Track" verges onto housier territories. There is, of course, plenty of the man's own flair and manipulation at its core. As per usual, it's rocking gear for the floor.
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Played by: Secretsundaze
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Wondering Mind
Cat: AUS 122. Rel: 22 Nov 17
Deep House
  1. Wondering Mind (5:08)
  2. Paradox Garage (part 2) (4:53)
  3. I'm Missin You (6:29)
Review: Next up on Will Saul's tech house powerhouse is the return of NYC by way of New Haven maestro Drew Lustman aka FaltyDL with some energised modern hi-NRG vibes on "Wondering Mind". With its diva vocals, euphoric arpeggios and energised rhythms all working together for perfect dancefloor drama. Next up, the cleverly titled "Paradox Garage" goes for more reverse looking aesthetics on this evocative acid house tribute, awash in grainy lo-fi aesthetics, bumpy bass and jacked vocals on something reminiscent of classic 808 State. Finally on the flip, we have "I'm Missin You" which is also presented in a brazenly retro aesthetic with its grainy and saturated tape quality. Complete with Jamie Principle style vocals, disco guitar licks and all round neon-lit aesthetic which takes you back to the legendary Windy City days of Trax Records and WBMX Hot Mix radio late night sessions.
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Heaven Is For Quitters Remixes Vol 1
Cat: RMX 001. Rel: 14 Sep 17
Deep House
  1. D&C (The Cyclist remix) (6:34)
  2. Frigid Air (O Flynn remix) (4:32)
  3. Neeloon (Palms Trax remix) (5:41)
  4. Drugs (feat Rosie Lowe - Kaidi Tatham remix) (5:54)
Review: Hot remix action of Falty DL's recent Heaven Is For Quitters EP - the good (or even better!) news is that this is volume 1, so we can expect more of this gold in the near future. Much like his own tunes, The Cyclist and O'Flynn turn in two dusty, percussion-heavy dance experiments that blur the lines between bass and house, coming through with some lovely, late summer rays of warmth. On the flip, Lobster-boy Palms Trax rewires "Neeloon" into a sparse house banger with plenty of aqueous exploration in its underbelly, and Kaidi Tatham transforms "Drugs" into an magnificently off-kilter nu-jazz piece.
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Straight & Arrow
Straight & Arrow (heavyweight vinyl 12" picture disc)
Cat: ZEN 12337X. Rel: 28 Feb 13
Bass
  1. Straight & Arrow (original)
  2. Straight & Arrow (Four Tet remix)
Review: Avid record buyers should be more than familiar with "Straight & Arrow" a pleasant, bumping excursion through warbling vocal edits and soft brushed beats from Falty DL. Not only was it a highlight of his recently released Hardcourage LP, but Ninja Tune have already issued it in single format replete with a diverse clutch of remixes from Gold Panda, Four Tet and ballroom duo Mike Q and Divoli S'vere. This picture disc edition is clearly aimed at the fetishistic Drew Lustman completists out there, weighing in at a hefty 180g and brandishing some superlative graphics from the distinct visual agency La Boca. It also houses the seven minutes of dewy eyed, slowly percolating techno that was the remix from the irrepressible Four Tet on the flip.
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One For UTTU EP
Cat: UTTU 096. Rel: 17 Apr 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Untitled 111vgr (4:27)
  2. Beast (5:30)
  3. One For UTTU (4:27)
  4. Piano 4 9 18 Feux Master Erie 25% (3:24)
Review: Drew Lustman aka FaltyDL has long been inspired by both US and UK rave culture, so it's little surprise to see him exploring these influences further on his first Unknown To The Unknown 12". Check, for example, opener "Untitled 111vgr" where jumpy rave piano stabs, sped-up vocal snippets and bombastic bass ride a groove that sits somewhere between happy hardcore and booty bass. "Beast" is the kind of rumbling electro/IDM fusion that could once have appeared on Rephlex, while the druggy "One for UTTU" sounds like Lustman paying tribute to Drexciya. Arguably best of all, though, is the ludicrously titled "Piano 4 9 18 Feux Master Erie 25%", a spacey slow jam that recalls the halcyon days of ambient electro.
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Flechazo
Flechazo (12")
Cat: BARN 064. Rel: 11 Dec 19
Breakbeat
  1. Flechazo (8:31)
  2. New Lover (5:17)
Review: What a coming together this is: Swedish label Studio Barnhus have always lived on the colourful and curious fringes of the house music world, and New Yorker FaltyDL operates similarly in his approach to rhythm and sound design. While superb A-side cut "Flechazo" is a bright melodic house cut with shimmering chords and grounded percussion, it is more likely that "New Lover" on the flip will get the attention here: bursting with throwback feels with its 90s house drums, big stabs and blissed out chords, it's an all loved up and subtly euphoric cut, so expect plenty of peak time plays.
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She Sleeps Part 1
She Sleeps Part 1 (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: ZEN 12343. Rel: 07 Feb 13
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. She Sleeps (original)
  2. She Sleeps (radio edit)
  3. She Sleeps (Gang Gang dance remix)
  4. She Sleeps (Ital remix)
Review: "She Sleeps" made for a welcome surprise on Hardcourage, Falty DL's recent Ninja Tune released album, calling on Friendly Fires vocalist Ed McFarlane to add his immediately recognisable warbles to a glistening production. It's obvious single material - with the radio edit here adding further credence - and the wonderful original is further complemented by remixes from two of Lustman's fellow New York dwellers in Gang Gang Dance and Ital. The former is delightful, adding unforeseen layers of ecstasy to McFarlane's vocals amidst a clopping beat and tropically infused melodic lead, whilst Ital goes in entirely the opposite direction, turning in a sludgy, strung out malfunctioning slab of techno.
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She Sleeps Part 2
Cat: ZEN 12343X. Rel: 07 Feb 13
Bass
  1. She Sleeps (2000Black remix)
  2. She Sleeps (2000Black remix - instrumental)
  3. She Sleeps (Martyn remix)
  4. She Sleeps (2000Black remix - acapella)
Review: Drew Lustman has always been lumped in with the post dubstep contingent, but in truth his real influence lied in the broken stylings of West London that predated the "Great Dubstep Fracture" and was pioneered by the likes of Bugz In The Attic and 4Hero. This second remix 12" for the FaltyDL hookup with Ed Friendly Fires allows Lustman to indulge his love of that bruk style as 4Hero's Dego goes deep under his 2000Black alias. In his hands "She Sleeps" gets transformed into a wondrously bubbling analogue funker, not sounding dissimilar to the kind of soulful futurism Gifted & Blessed is noted for. Check the Martyn remix too, which retains only the line "I know that it's evil" from McFarlane's vocals; a neat trick that infers the sonic intent that the Dutchman crafts around it.
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Flesch
Flesch (12")
Cat: BKBX 001. Rel: 26 Mar 15
Electro
  1. FaltyDL - "Flesch" (4:28)
  2. Fotomachine - "Neo Geo" (6:53)
Review: A brand new venture from FaltyDL and Fotomachine, this starts a new series of animated 12"s that pay homage to 4Hero's influential Tom & Jerry imprint. With a mission statement that states they want to put a little sex back into techno, both cuts back up this vision with warm, visceral physicality. "Flesch" is all subby, slinky and twisted while "Neo Geo" is a sprightly, technicolour analysis of classic electro. Both are designed for the sweetest, sweatiest chapters of the night when pretentions aren't just left at the door... They're sent back home in a taxi and told to lock themselves in the shed.
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Hemlock Recordings Chapter One: Part I
  1. Sei A - "Hyphen"
  2. FaltyDL - "Artemis"
Review: It's four years since Hemlock, the label run by Untold and Andy Spencer, opened its doors, and the exclusive tracks featured on their retrospective mix CD find themselves getting pressed to three pieces of wax. The first sees two newcomers to the label: Sei A and FaltyDL. Sei A's presence makes total sense - the crunchy brand of metallic, futuristic big room techno he's been perfecting for three years is one that Untold has become increasingly drawn to, and "Hyphen" is no different, alternating between thin kick drums and breakbeat stomps, while atonal strings swell in the background. Recent Ninja Tune signee FaltyDL is a less expected inclusion, but the fractal vocals of "Artemis" are backed up with some truly hefty warehouse sized drums.
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Tempa Allstars Vol 6
Tempa Allstars Vol 6 (double 12")
Cat: TEMPA 051. Rel: 15 Oct 10
Deep Dubstep
  1. Skream - "Rollin' Kicks"
  2. Icicle - "Anything"
  3. FaltyDL - "Sunday"
  4. Benga - "I Come From London"
  5. SBTRKT - "Sleep In Tokyo"
  6. Alix Perez - "Metric"
Review: Volume Six of Tempa Allstars collects contributions from some of the underground music scene's pioneers and leading lights Skream. "Rollin' Kicks" begins the EP with a tapping drumbeat and a Breakage hued sonic palette (circa "Open Up") which is a million miles away from Magnetic Man. D&B-turned-dubstep minimalist Icicle steps up with "Anything". Crisp, acerbic breaks feature heavily, perfectly calculated beats and a futuristic touch. Falty DL adds a funky touch with "Sunday" as chirpy bleeps and bellows of bass underpin the fidgeting rhythms here, with notable sunny, upbeat vibes in the synth work. Benga injects a dose of humour with the ticking percussive lisp and robotic chant of "I Come From London" driving things along into a hypnotic state of sentiency. SBTRKTs "Sleep In Tokyo" is all broken, funked up beats, warm keys and delicately textured rhythms. Alix Perez brings the EP to a close with "Metric". Deep, atmospheric crackling, crisp SFX and rumbling subs roll along with dark menace. A superb finale to one of the finest releases in the Tempa Allstars series so far.
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