FaltyDL - "New Haven" video
Nothing much happens in electronic producer FaltyDL’s video for his track “New Haven.” A few young women wake up, get out of bed, and go running in New York City. That’s it. That’s the whole story. But the video uses all sorts of tricks — drone cameras, disorienting editing, weird camera angles, hallucinatory bursts of… More »
Drew Lustman’s electronic project FaltyDL — opener for Radiohead and James Blake, remixer for Disclosure and the xx — is back with a new album called In The Wild this August. Despite the brainy nature of his work, he seems to be putting the “lust” in Lustman this time around. The first single was called… More »
Yesterday, Chaz Bundick, bka Toro Y Moi stripped Disclosure’s “You & Me” of most of its UK garage-influenced origins and pushed it into a darker sphere. Today, his own track “Rose Quartz,” from AOTW honoree Anything In Return, is transformed into their realm by given a healthy dose of house from their contemporary FaltyDL. Check… More »
On his original track “She Sleeps,” the electronic producer FaltyDL hooked up with Friendly Fires singer Ed Macfarlane and made a catchy, dreamy synthpop jam. And now Gang Gang Dance have gotten ahold of the song and turned it into something else entirely: A soft, pillowy, head-blown trip through ether. It’s been a while since… More »
“Straight & Arrow” is the first single from NY producer FaltyDL’s 2013 LP Hardcourage. He’s releasing it via Ninja Tune and his own label, Blueberry Records, and the single comes with remixes from all-star beat-minders Gold Panda and Four Tet. You can sample those remixes below, along with the freshly released official video, which i… More »
“Gospel of Opal” is the second video from the New York producer’s upcoming second album, You Stand Uncertain.
This track is the first time he’s worked with a vocalist, and he picked a good one — Anneka recently also appeared on Starkey’s Ear Drums And Black Holes. As on her Starkey collaboration, her light,… More »