FaltyDL - You Stand Uncertain (Planet Mu)
Reviewed by Unknown Source: (Pop Matters)
Brooklyn a la London producer Drew Lustman a.k.a. FaltyDL put out his second LP for the Planet Mu imprint this week, the follow-up to his 2009 debut Love Is a Liability. What was clear from that record—and a series of EPs he put out leading up to that release—was that 2-step and UK garage were the focal point of Lustman’s rhythmic palette. But despite the obvious nod to these sounds in his productions, they always seemed to be informed greatly by avant-garde
YOU STAND UNCERTAIN
Reviewed by PAUL SULLIVAN Source: (Electronic Beats Online)
New York’s Drew Lustman, aka Falty DL is often labelled a dubstep producer, but that’s to do a disservice to his broad spectrum of sounds. There’s nothing at all wrong with dubstep of course – and Lustman borrows liberally enough from it - but as You Stand Uncertain, his second album, underlines, his vision extends much further along the hardcore continuum into drum & bass, 2-step and hip hop.
Here he’s pushed himself further too, attempting his first
You Stand Uncertain
Reviewed by Ben Gomori Source: (Data Transmission)
Given how stunning recent single Hip Love was, New York producer FaltyDL’s second album has a hell of a lot to live up to in terms of his current form. The aforementioned track might be absent and perhaps nothing on here quite reaches its magnificent heights, but FaltyDL’s second best is still vastly superior to most producers’ zenith.
That’s a bit of a harsh way to start off I guess, so please don’t let it put you off. This is a fine piece of work,
You Stand Uncertain
Reviewed by Patrick Masterson Source: (Dusted Magazine)
The depths on Drew Lustman’s second album, You Stand Uncertain, reflect the personal tribulations he had to endure to get there. The New Yorker better known as FaltyDL recently confessed he tries to shut himself off from the world when he’s making music, keen to get lost in a volatile love/hate musical relationship fueled by an obsession with early 1990s IDM, jungle and hardcore, and in this case, recent personal issues. Lustman was wandering through this
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