Martyn - Voids (Album)
After a long weekend away I came home to a stack of music and the album I've been so incredibly excited for was at the top of that stack.
As usual the Dutch producer Martyn has managed to put out an entire album of ridiculously solid dance music. It's one of the things that rarely happens in the music industry and you can't really put to many names into the hat of producers that have done this with every album.
Since his release of EF-40 a few years ago now I noticed that Martyn had started to really be able to shift the vibe of his music from happy cheery house / bass kind of sounds into the really dark if that's where he felt it needed to go.
Majority of his music does this on Voids and it's something that a lot of producers don't dare to try and do and it definitely isn't mentioned enough.
It's wild to say that this is probably my favourite Martyn album even though Ghost People hit me at a really influential point of my love of music.
This album is completely worth the listen and if you can get your hands on a pressing it's an easy buy.
Voids 2 is probably my favourite track on the album but I have a real love for dance music that shifts from dark to light and vice versa.