Faultline is the musical brainchild of producer and artist David Kosten.
Working under the name Faultline, Kosten is known for both his largely instrumental debut Closer, Colder and the follow up Your Love Means Everything, which featured guest vocals from Coldplay’s Chris Martin, The Flaming Lips, & R.E.M’s Michael Stipe.
While work is ongoing for his third Faultline project, Kosten has continued to produce albums for other artists, notably gaining recognition with Bat for Lashes (double Mercury Music Prize nominated and Ivor Novello winning Two Suns and Fur and Gold, and 2012 album The Haunted Man), and Everything Everything (Mercury Music Prize and Ivor Novello nominated Man Alive and 2013 album Arc).
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... On his debut album, Closer, Colder, released via the Leaf label in 2002, Kosten continued this approach to music making, utilizing samples in place of vocals ... Closer, Colder showcased Kosten's arranging abilities, and this elegant blend of soundscape and avant-garde was met with widespread acclaim The Times 25/9/99 "...an album ... before...one of the finest experimental albums this year." Q 11/99 "...Closer, Colder brims with invention...An accomplished, intriguing, distinctly Lynchian debut." Esquire Magazine top 10 album of ...
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