Supported By:

Pete Tong (BBC Radio 1), Dixon, Ame, Solomun, Sasha, Joris Voorn, Laurent Garnier, Adam Beyer, Danny Tenaglia, John Digweed, Oliver Koletzki, Matthias Tanzmann, Piemont, Steve Lawler, Luciano, Dave Angel, Marco Bailey, Marco Carola, Alan Fitzpatrick, Erick Morillo, Richie Hawtin, DJ Mag, Joseph Capriati, B. Traits (BBC Radio 1), Agents of Time, Maceo Plex & Shall Ocin, Adriatique


Release Info

A new year to focus on what lies ahead, both stylistically and creatively for Fall From Grace. We have had an exemplary 2016 year and in the constant pursuit of releasing emotional, thoughtful, soulful music, we are excited to unveil the 2017 releases and artists. Impresario is the label owner Glenn Morrison’s alias – rich with analog pads and shimmering synth riffs, floating into the shadows of the deep. “Burning The Midnight Oil” has spine-tingling percussive motifs that only being once we’ve been warmed by the ambient melodic pads that start the record off. “Love Birds” has a beautiful atmospheric glaze to the opening, and its dark chordal patterns leave a feeling of dread and unease. This juxtaposition plays itself out nicely throughout the piece, and it leaves an impression. With forthcoming releases by artists such as Darren Emerson, Teenage Mutants, Sei A, Markus Homm, Ronnie Spiteri, and many more