Tag Archive: faltydl

FaltyDL, Straight & Arrow

“Straight & Arrow” is the lead single from FaltyDL’s forthcoming full-length, Hardcourage, and once again Drew Lustman has flipped the formula.

LWE Podcast 83: FaltyDL is archived this week

Be sure to add LWE Podcast 83 to your collection before it’s archived this Friday, May 4th.

Sepalcure, Love Pressure Remixed

Love Pressure Remixed brings together FaltyDL, Lando Kal, XI, Daedelus and Jimmy Edgar to re-examine the first EP by Sepalcure.

LWE 2Q Reports 2011: Albums

For LWE’s first 2Q Report of 2011, Jordan Rothlein rounds up five full-lengths that stand tall above their peers so far.

LWE Podcast 83: FaltyDL

In advance of FaltyDL’s June 2nd performance at MUTEK 2011, we spoke about his production ethic, his local and national scene, and his favorite spots for sushi. He also compiled LWE’s 83rd podcast, a blistering 42 minutes of music which leaps across styles and tracks like a sonic gymnast.

FaltyDL, You Stand Uncertain

FaltyDL’s hectic release schedule continues with You Stand Uncertain, his sophomore album on Planet Mu.

Little White Earbuds March Charts 2011

01. Gerd, “Time & Space” (Original Dusty Tape Mix) [Clone Basement Series]
02. The Weeknd, “What You Need” [self-released]
03. Tazz, “Underground 12” [Tsuba Limited]
04. FaltyDL, “Voyager” [Planet Mu]
05. Sven VT, “Sunday Funk” [Suol]
06. BNJMN, “See Thru Stars” [Rush Hour Recordings]
07. Kassem Mosse, “Untitled B2” [Workshop]
08. John Heckle, “What Once Was”
[Mathematics Recordings]
09. Levon Vincent, “Tyner” [Soul People Music]
10. Ajello ft. Hard Ton, “Chocolate Black Leather” [Danny Was A Drag King]

DOTW: FaltyDL, St. Marks (Sepalcure Remix)

Two of NY’s hottest bass music talents meet with Sepalcure’s remix of FaltyDL.

LWE’s Top 25 Tracks of 2010 (20-16)

Scuba, Triangulation (Interpretations)

To further explore all the avenues he pursued on Triangulation, Scuba enlisted a cadre of remixers to offer their Interpretations.

Anthony “Shake” Shakir, Frictionalism 1994-2009 Remixes Part 1/2

Frictionalism serves as the jump-off point for remixes by two of Shake’s most perceptible descendants, Falty DL and Space Dimension Controller.

FaltyDL, Endeavour

FaltyDL continues his string of nearly ineffable releases with the Endeavour EP for Planet Mu.

DOTW: Sistol, Kotka (FaltyDL Refunk)

This week’s download comes off the forthcoming reissue of Sistol’s debut self-titled album, which features a disc of remixes including FaltyDL’s remix of “Kotka.”