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  • Summary: The fourth full-length release for Dutch producer Martijn Deykers was created after he suffered a near-fatal heart-attack and features a track dedicated to Trevino (Marcus Intalex), who passed away in 2017.
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  1. Jul 11, 2018
    Voids is yet another taut and lavishly detailed, yet never congested, set of productions that hybridize U.K. garage, dubstep, drum'n'bass, house, and techno, with an emphasis on the rhythmic friction of the first two styles.
  2. Jul 11, 2018
    While at times the atmosphere is stiflingly claustrophobic, there is always a glimmer of hope, a shaft of light to lift the mood. The intense and emotionally enlightening experience that shaped the making of the album sees Martyn drawing from his own musical history, from garage and post-dubstep to trance and drum n bass to create a gritty, forward facing record. A lasting testament to survival.
  3. Jul 11, 2018
    His latest LP isn't nostalgic. If anything, Voids proves Deijkers is as comfortable in the here and now as he's ever been.
  4. Jul 11, 2018
    Any cohesive emotion is good news for Martyn, whose more recent albums, like 2014’s The Air Between Words, have been marked by typically tasteful production, but little else. Voids has that, but there’s also a welcome, brooding focus.