Artist: Dfalt Title Of Album: Helsinki Beat Tape (Part One) Year Of Release: 2013 Label: Daylight Curfew Genre: Electronic, Trip-Hop, Experimental Quality: 320 Kbps Total Time: 41:56 min Total Size: 105 MB
Tracklist: 01. The Beggars (03:39) 02. Feather Ton (05:00) 03. Spctrpn (03:36) 04. Emptiness Finds A Way (02:52) 05. Never Faded Away (04:20) 06. Dance Of The Witch (03:00) 07. Again The Night (02:20) 08. Draw (03:12) 09. San Francisco (03:24) 10. Moon Milkshake (03:07) 11. My Mind When She Told Me (04:22) 12. OK (03:04) One of his new trilogy Helsinki Beat Tape is an assortment of raw Hip Hop inspired beats with dusty samples, unrefined drums, and an air of uncertainty as to where his beat tape trilogy is going to take us. What we get on Part One is reminiscent of Hip Hop icons Premo and Dilla; a reformation of sorts that brings us back into time. DFALT successfully explores the musical possibilities within his choice of dusty samples and melodic synth work, while adding a bit of funk to the concoction with grainy drums ultimately bringing the samples back to life. One must only take a look at San Francisco to get a real taste of DFALT. Its going back to the basics; minimalism and simplicity bring everything within this track back to life in a more invigorating way. Imagine the beatuiful San Francisco skyline as wonderful piano chords guide your ears across a laid back and airy synth. Part One spans over 10 instrumentals that each carry with them a solid weight. The Beggars starts off the project with an ethereal vibe, causing you to delve deeper into the project. You automatically desire more as the warm textures of the analog instruments stops any belief of this project being comprised of normal Hip Hop instrumentals. Delicately sliced vocal chops adds to its graceful energy. Soon, were thrown into Feather Ton, a funky overriden beat that speaks to the allure of broken rhythms while bluesy and soulful chopped vocals keep us itchin for more. Then, as if on cue, were hit with the abrasive SPCTRPN: a beautifully crafted model of synth work on top of chalky and hard hitting drums. Space is important in music, and DFALT knows this better than anyone. SPCTRPN is a perfect example of how just a little bit less can mean a whole lot more in terms of bringing out a piece of arts energy and vitality. The rest of the project complete with uplifting vocal work courtesy of CWL shows exactly why Jason Drake is one of the most talented musicians out there today. The man is constantly defining new boundaries in sound and pushing them to the limits.
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