the artistic merits of martyn’s work have never really been up for debate. instead, it’s simply been a case of – do you feel it? if you don’t, it’s certainly not for the dutchman’s lack of trying… early on his focus was toughened d&b, then came a sleek (and only loosely defined) dubstep stage before it was a good old four to the floor pulse that underpinned all his records for the likes of aus music, ostgut ton and all city. now, though – and as you should expect – he’s moved on again, this time to fly lo’s brainfeeder who will release the full length from which these singles are taken later this year. but rather than kowtow to that label’s leftfield hip-hop aesthetic, it’s techno and electro which seem greater preoccupations for the 3024 boss.