• FaltyDL, You Stand Uncertain

    FaltyDL - You Stand Uncertain

    Reviewed by Steve Kerr Source: (Little White Earbuds)

    <b> FaltyDL </b> - You Stand Uncertain

    You Stand Uncertain is the second album by hyper-prolific New Yorker Drew Lustman, who has seemingly released a new record every month since his first album, Love is a Liability, in 2009. Even those who have marginally dipped into that catalog will attest to his chops. Lustman’s manic signature sound is very New York, and not just in its garage shuffles and frequent organ-stab throwbacks to the early ’90s. His tracks’ elements often sound like
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  • Chrissy Murderbot - Bussin' Down

    Chrissy Murderbot - Bussin Down

    <b> Chrissy Murderbot </b> - Bussin Down

    Planet Mu's latest juke-related release comes from Chicago mainstay Chrissy Murderbot. While the all-purpose-party DJ/expert curator can hardly be called a footwork producer based on his varied previous work, his Planet Mu debut (ahead of a full album) is his own take on the style. "Bussin' Down" takes the tropes of the kind of footwork previously explored by Mu—stuttering vocals, flailing toms and hypnotically intense repetition—and applies them
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  • FaltyDL – You Stand Uncertain

    FaltyDL - You Stand Uncertain

    Reviewed by Intrazone Source: (Intrazone)

    <b> FaltyDL </b> - You Stand Uncertain

    Mature, elegant, funky, and a nailed on contender for best electronic album of 2011.

    Anyone who has read any of my blogs before will know that I’ve been waiting for this album to drop for a long, long time. Everything FaltyDL touches has turned to gold recently, and his run of tremendous remixes and EPs over the last 12 months or so has set him apart as one of the very best producers currently working anywhere in the world. Well, here it is
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  • FaltyDL – You Stand Uncertain review

    FaltyDL - You Stand Uncertain

    Reviewed by Matt Anniss Source: (Juno Plus)

    <b> FaltyDL </b> - You Stand Uncertain

    The title of Drew ‘FaltyDL’ Lustman’s sophomore album could easily be a cheeky swipe at genre-obsessed reviewers; it’s true that many have found it hard to categorize his far-sighted take on electronic music. While firmly rooted in dubstep and electronica, Lustman’s music has always taken in a dizzying array of musical influences. Add to this a skip-load worth of great ideas and a distinctive production sound that marks out dance music’s
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