FaltyDL - You Stand Uncertain
Reviewed by Netti Source: (Spoonfed)
FaltyDL, aka Andrew Lustman, is the romantic nu-garage production poet of New York. His album 'You Stand Uncertain', due for release on Planet Mu on 14th March, paints a nostalgic dream for all bass heads. The album features twelve tracks that flit from one genre to the next with the kind of artistic freedom that's essential for producers to protect against the limitations of genre-boxing.
FaltyDL's first album, 'Love Is A Liability' got slung into the dubstep
FALTYDL // YOU STANDIN’ CERTAIN
Reviewed by Simon Docherty Source: (Always Everything)
“[LTJ Bukem’s] ’Atlantis’ showed that speeding up the beat until it bypassed the body altogether could transform hardcore into relaxing music; rhythm itself becomes a susurrating, soothing stream of ambience, a fluid medium in which you immerse yourself, while the body responds to the half-speed, heart-murmur bassline.” [Simon Reynolds, The Wire, 1994]
After writing some fairly extensive thoughts on Drew Lustman’s music for Sonic Router a couple of
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