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Brooklyn’s FaltyDL finally commits his main project’s material to Blueberry Records, the label he’s run for the last three years, releasing aces by Elysia Crampton, Dego, and himself, although that was under the Tenant alias.
Heaven Is For Quitters is an optimistic mantra than rings true with FaltyDL’s ever user-friendly and life-affirmingly warm sound. As the title for his first album on his own label, it also signifies a sense of going-it-alone resolve, as this is probably the first time he’s seen an album thru to completion from every aspect.
With that in mind, Heaven Is For Quitters is perhaps the truest reflection of his sound to date, embracing a raft off vocalists, namely Hannah Cohen, Jose James and Suraj in a session that touches on all elements of his sound, from the nimble breaks of Frigid Air to the burning soul of Drugs and ecstatic, weightless dimensions of Shock Therapy.