Boston-area producers Smeed and Suspence have been busy in the studio as of late. While a lack of output these past several months may imply otherwise, this duo has spent much of the year tightening the screws on a number of projects, the first of which have begun bearing fruit. “Falling” is a prime example. Released last week, this track showcases a moodier and minimalistic side to these gents. Touting an omniscient string section and a punchy bass riff, Falling quickly ventures into a cavernous no-man’s land thanks to its use of long delays and vast reverb on many of the higher-frequency elements. Vocals slathered in a twisted array of effects compliment the tundra-filled landscape. I bet this one was written last winter! Free download on Soundcloud.