FaltyDL Vinyl, CD & tapes from this artist at Norman Records
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Lapalux, Floating Points, Dauwd, Machinedrum, Jacques Greene, Lone, Dark Sky, Throwing Snow, Actress, Mark Pritchard, Djrum, Martyn
4-track EP of classic acid-house from FaltyDL. It takes the ever satisfying bump-and-squelch of acid to brilliant levels of abandon. With titles like ‘Flesh of Acid’, you get a real hint of the kind of potent physicality the release brings with it. Amongst the three original tracks also comes a remix of the title track courtesy of Octo Octa.
Three Rooms EP sees US producer Drew Lustman, under his FaltyDL alias, raving it up and messing about with breakbeats. The idea behind it being that there are big, medium and small rooms which all require a different musical approach using the same theme. Mr. Lustman has cut them to fit. 12” on Hypercolour.
Heaven Is For Quitters was Brooklyn based producer FaltyDL’s fifth full length, and his first on his own label after releases on Ninja Tune and Planet Mu. Here he brings the first volume of remixes from the album, with tracks from The Cyclist, O’Flynn, Palms Trax, and Kaidi Tatham. 12” on Bluberry.
- Vinyl Double LP (ZIQ286LP)
FaltyDL admits in the press release to Heaven Is For Quitters that although he attempts to make club-based music, he just can’t help pushing his tracks into weirder private realms that might not suit all the dancers. And for sure, Heaven Is For Quitters isn’t afraid to go its own way and be a totally personal record. Released on DL’s own Blueberry Records.
FaltyDL has had his slick productions released on Ninja Tune, Planet Mu, 50Weapons, Ramp AND Hemplock. Returning to Swamp81 to continue his Mean Streets series he experiments with lush deep garage rhythms, moving from the dark, soulful and brooding, out to the uplifting and playful. For fans of Lone, Machinedrum.
FaltyDL is back on Ninja Tune for two fresh new dancefloor rollers. Last year’s full-length In The Wild took things in a kind of experimental direction, full of ambience and build. That was very welcome, but a pro like FaltyDL wouldn’t squander the opportunity of a 12” on anything but full-on bangers. Heavyweight vinyl in Ninja Tune’s house sleeve.
River Girl / Do You Box? is the follow-up to FaltyDL’s limited edition Umit Says edit in the New York-based producer’s Edit Series. This is released on his own Blueberry Records label and will never be repressed, so you’d better act quickly! FaltyDL has released albums on Planet MU and Ninja Tune and has also remixed the likes of The xx and Mount Kimbie.
FaltyDL heads straight back for the dancefloor following the more esoteric sounds of his last album. Rich Prick Poor Dick is a tight little double-track package: the title track is driven by a fast-clicking drum pattern and supported by bleeding-through-from-the-next-room bass, while ‘RPPD 128 edit’ seethes powerfully. 180g 12” on Ninja Tune.
From quirky Brooklyn-based label Blueberry Recordings comes a cartoon-themed 12” from FaltyDL and Fotomachine. Dancefloor friendly but with an undercurrent of twelve-bar blues rock underpinning the sound it’s sure to appeal to both camps. Out on vinyl 12” from Blueberry Recordings.
FaltyDL has never taken a day off; he is not sure what a Bank Holiday is. He released Into The Wild earlier this year, another sign of his new-found assurance in his place as one of electronic music's most prominent acts, and now he's back with the kind of hard to type out ///III\\, a record of versatile tricks that switches from aggressions to breakdowns in minutes.
Norman's favourite spacebarphobe FaltyDL follows up last year's 'Hardcourage' with a second album for Ninja Tune (and fourth overall), 'Into The Wild'. You can no doubt expect all his signature hesitant synthscapes and woozy drift-hop warmth on his most honest and heartfelt release to date. He even wrote a poem about it.