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After the James Blake travesty its good to hear some electronic music that retains a modicum of edge. Martyn has been around for awhile doing his downtempo techno thing and this two track 12" er is a superb example of what he do mixing genres in his melting pot. 'Left Hander' features late period drum & bass beats skittering along effectively, synths stabbing away and the odd techno squig ...

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Left Hander / Shook Up by Martyn
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8/10 Clinton Staff review, 25 November 2010

After the James Blake travesty its good to hear some electronic music that retains a modicum of edge. Martyn has been around for awhile doing his downtempo techno thing and this two track 12" er is a superb example of what he do mixing genres in his melting pot. 'Left Hander' features late period drum & bass beats skittering along effectively, synths stabbing away and the odd techno squiggle here and there for good measure whilst overleaf we have a much more squeaky 4/4 affair into which toy town child like organs are introduced halfway through - almost the most ridiculous sound to put in there but it works and in doing so saves the track. The whole thing builds up nicely over top with lots of acidy squelshes, distant synth lines and banging beats. I like this a lot.


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