after a handful of 12-s for labels like hessle, liberation technologies and his own imprint b.s hell, bandshell returns with a knock out blow for ftd!
mutant drum structures, cascading synths and industrial bell ringing forms the backdrop to bandshell’s latest work. those paying close attention to his output over the years will remember his work on labels like hessle audio, liberation technologies and his own recently setup b.s. hell.
staccato computer melodies, elongated elation and frenzied rhythms make up ftds latest offering. from the collaborative minds of justin tripp and brian close, known to many as the georgia creative outlet. the ny based duo set out to free up your mind and take it on a journey.
e-unity unleashes a batch of endorphin loaded club nuggets for ftd. following up much lauded eps for oscilla sound and intramuros, the french producer takes his signature leftfield dalliances several steps elsewhere, to jubilant club-centric heights.
lutto lento makes a return to ftd to fulfil your wildest of wishes. as with most of his work, the ep draws influence from across the musical world and defines something of it’s own in the process. we’re all really pleased that there’s finally a saxophone solo on the label though.
uniquely sample heavy productions from polands lutto lento form the inaugural release on charles drakefords ftd label. a compilation of productions from self-released tapes, re-mastered and presented on vinyl for the first time.