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ARTIST
TITLE
Leave Luck To Heaven
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
SPC 011CD SPC 011CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
12/1/2003

Matthew Dear (aka False and Jabberjaw) has made remarkable steps towards becoming one of America's best new techno artists in the past few years. Between his stunning live performances and evolved DJ sets, Matthew has perked the ears of the industry's best. His debut album under his birth name, Leave Luck To Heaven is an album which bucks the trend of the techno album as a fixed structure. Not a collection of 12" material or remixes, this is a tried and true artist album in every sense. With sleek, minimal techno lines, a pop sensibility and an ambient soul, Leave Luck To Heaven glides effortlessly from track to track, with enough charisma to open closed minds. Matthew's vocals, which appear in fragments on nearly every song, but as a complete, and almost pop-device on songs like "But For You," "It's Over Now," and the infectious first single, "Dog Days" shows a warmth and personality that transcends any pre-existing genre affiliations. Matthew's debut LP is one of the finest moments from the Ghostly/Spectral catalog to date. A stunning symbol of techno's immediate future.