FALTYDL – YOU STAND UNCERTAIN
Reviewed by Juliun Source: (Little Detroit)
To describe New Yorker Drew Lustman’s second album for Planet Mu as ‘anticipated’ would be an understatement. FaltyDL’s sound has evolved considerably since his ‘Love Is A Liability’ debut, as showcased by a steady stream of remixes as well as EP releases such as last year’s ‘Endeavour’, also for Mu.
Initial airing of album opener ‘Gospel of Opel’ will be the first time most people have heard FaltyDL work with a vocalist.
Falty DL – You Stand Uncertain
Reviewed by Unknown Source: (Stool Pigeon)
Remember the first time you realised other people had opinions about you? I do. I was about 12. It was like someone cut the top off my skull and shone a torch in it.
Drew ‘FaltyDL’ Lustman’s obsession with UK garage is similar to this because he’s from New York. The ‘how’ part of this conversation is intolerably boring (man on internet finds music he loves but isn’t near to, etc.) but the ‘what’ part is more interesting. Made
FaltyDL: You Stand Uncertain
Reviewed by Laurent Fintoni Source: (Fact Magazine)
From beginning to end, Drew Lustman’s second album as FaltyDL draws you in and swallows you whole, submerging you into a world full of emotions, hidden meanings, flashbacks to times gone by and possible futures. In a recent interview with Martin Clark, Lustman discussed at length the emotional process behind this album, and evidence of this is clear from the first listen.
You Stand Uncertain is many things: a coherent album of
A rarity from the New York producer: a dance set that works as an album proper.
Reviewed by Matthew Bennett Source: (BBC Music)
Ah, the modern dance album. Let’s face it: the format has lost its way since the heady days of The Orb and Underworld. Even The Chemical Brothers had a stab at installing an album architecture and variance that made sense to deluded ravers.
So, the trail for the Holy Grail of a perfect dance album has gone awry. With the current club scene possessing the attention span of a goldfish on ketamine, the search for this electronic elixir more often
- The Doubtful Guest - Acid Sauna
- Barry Lynn - Balancing Lakes
- Tom Burbank - Famous First Words
- The Gasman - Audiogold
- Boxcutter - Glyphic
- Frog Pocket - Come On Primates Show Your Teeth!
- µ-Ziq - Duntisbourne Abbots Soulmate Devastation Technique
- Luke Vibert - Chicago,Detroit,Redruth
- - 2OO
- Luke Vibert - Mate Tron
- Syntheme - Vol.1
- Ra - Ev.Panic Redone
- Shitmat - Grooverider
- Neil Landstrumm - Restaurant Of Assassins
- Venetian Snares - Pink+Green
- MRK1 - Copyright Laws
- - Adapt
- Last Step - Last Step
- Distance - My Demons
- Julian Fane - Our New Quarters
- The Gasman - Love Collection
- Distance - Fallen (Vex'd Remix)
- FFF - The Feeling
- Distance - Traffic