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FaltyDL, Plastic People | reviews, news & interviews

FaltyDL, Plastic People

FaltyDL, Plastic People

Rising NYC genre-blending producer/DJ clicks with London's clubbers

Club music has always been a mongrel creation.  By definition, DJ-driven music – assuming the DJ is any good – is about combination, recombination and juxtaposition.  But even allowing for all that, we are currently going through an uncommonly fecund time in the clubs as disparate fringe innovations of the last decade collide and combine.
Club music has always been a mongrel creation.  By definition, DJ-driven music – assuming the DJ is any good – is about combination, recombination and juxtaposition.  But even allowing for all that, we are currently going through an uncommonly fecund time in the clubs as disparate fringe innovations of the last decade collide and combine.

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Great review, wish I could have made it. FaltyDL is pretty damn exciting. good work Sir.

Apparently, Mark Ronson, Daniel Merriweather and Theophilus London have caught on to the Non-Sense buzz as well, saw all of them on the dancefloor when the lights were already on...

They were there, no bullshit, just good vibes. The music was great.

Good stuff, Joe. Not very often do I read reviews of club nights that actually attempt to get to the heart of what club music is about.

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