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Listening to the new Falty DL promo we've got is initially a disorientating exercise. The first track 'Made Me Feel So Right' has a proper fucked-up beat that sounds like a skipping CD player and loads of warped Burial style atmospherics lurking beneath. It is not exactly a club banger, if you tried to dance to this girls would laugh at you and you'd possibly get really depressed and think you've ...

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Bravery by FaltyDL
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8/10 Brian Staff review, 08 October 2009
Listening to the new Falty DL promo we've got is initially a disorientating exercise. The first track 'Made Me Feel So Right' has a proper fucked-up beat that sounds like a skipping CD player and loads of warped Burial style atmospherics lurking beneath. It is not exactly a club banger, if you tried to dance to this girls would laugh at you and you'd possibly get really depressed and think you've totally lost any sense of rhythm you ever had. There's some spot on blurred vocal snippets and eerie twinkles happening under the pissed garageisms though. 'Mother Beam' continues in that monged, staggered fashion with a sort of stripped back R 'n' B vibe, all cut-up and hazy but however, there's a really strong rhythm punching through. Things start getting even more twatted by the stunning title track, 'Bravery' - all bloopy synths, echo-ey vocal snippets, dreamy keys and at almost 2 minutes in it turns into a euphoric druggy disco blurter like FlyLo falling down some stairs after a bottle of Absinthe. Fucking A! There's loads more top ranking twisted material & progressive beatery on here, like the jazzy and eerie 'Tronman' with it's ominous, pulsing waves and funky percussive onslaught, a proper trippy beauty. If you like the LP he did you need this - more screwed up and thought provoking, plus the grooves 'n' myriad sonic trickery are well evocative & proper rinsin' like - i'd like to take this EP home and cuddle up with it some more, all those mad-ass spaced synths....ooh missus.

10/10 Josh Customer review,

Its just dope... I find myself returning to tracks on Bravery on the daily. I just rhymed.... Thats all.


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