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FaltyDL - Bravery E.P. album mp3


Tracklist

Made Me Feel So Right 4:14
Mother Beam 3:01
Bravery 3:16
Play Child 4:04
Tronman 5:59
Must Sustain 3:53
Pressure 3:39
Discant 4:47

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ZIQ244 FaltyDL Bravery E.P. ‎(2x12", EP) Planet Mu ZIQ244 UK 2009
ZIQ244 FaltyDL Bravery E.P. ‎(2x12", EP, TP, W/Lbl) Planet Mu ZIQ244 UK 2009
ZIQ244 FaltyDL Bravery E.P. ‎(8xFile, MP3, EP) Planet Mu ZIQ244 UK 2009
ZIQ244CD FaltyDL Bravery E.P. ‎(CD, EP) Planet Mu ZIQ244CD UK 2009
none FaltyDL Bravery E.P. ‎(CDr, Promo) Planet Mu none UK 2009


FaltyDL - Bravery E.P. album mp3
Performer: FaltyDL
Genre: Electronic
Title: Bravery E.P.
Country: UK
Released: 2009
Style: Dubstep, Experimental, Bass Music
MP3 version ZIP size: 1474 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1832 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 668
Other Formats: VOC AAC APE RA MP2 AA MPC

Inertedub
In retrospect, it's funny how the return of the uk garage to the mainstream (main example: Burial) was labeled by everyone as "dubstep". In 2009, back when "Hyph Mngo" was going to nail all the styles that were floating around in a single track, this kind of garage return was hinted everywhere, with the pitched-up samples and the broken beat rhythm patterns. You could see as well that this style was already demonized back then. It's something I've always wondered about this very UK music styles (2-step, uk garage, drum n bass): styles associated with lower classes, worse neighbourhoods, and then thought as not elegant or subtle enough, or even too mainstream, to make the paradox even more blatant.Anyway, apart from the rant: this is a nice collection of just that, with hints of what the FaltyDL music would evolve to (it evolved, but not in a very rupturist way), and with much more in common with the broken beat experiments of Altered Natives to anything related to dubstep.