Artista: Justin Martin
Álbum: Ghettos & Gardens
Fecha de lanzamiento: 22/05/2012
Justin Martin made the very first release on dirtybird records in 2005. Seven years later, he delivers his long awaited debut artist album with the very same smile and fun loving attitude he’s had since the beginning. "Ghettos & Gardens" is exactly as advertised - a tender and tough collection of songs that build you up with sweeping strings, then break you down with earth shattering basslines.
Most people would say that Justin is one of the most charismatic likable DJs to walk the earth. In this album Justin demonstrates his unique ability to blur the lines between musical genres, taking us through beautiful melodies, UK basslines, moody funk and devastating drops. You can hear the meticulous production techniques in every track - from the slow Hip-Hop style of Hood Rich to the heavy duty low-end of Molokini. The whole thing is fresh and uplifting like the smell of ozone after a lightning strike. Ghettos & Gardens sounds like nothing else out there – it could not have come from anyone but Justin Martin. Such originality is a formidable achievement, and adds to Justin’s reputation as one of the most talented and exciting electronic music producers of our time.
1 - Justin Martin - Hood Rich
2 - Justin Martin - Don't Go
3 - Justin Martin - Ghettos & Gardens
4 - Justin Martin - Butterflies
5 - Goldie - Kemistry (Justin Martin Remake)
6 - Justin Martin - French Kisses
7 - Justin Martin - Ruff Stuff
8 - Justin Martin - Molokini
9 - Justin Martin Vs. Ardalan - Lezgo VIP
10 - Justin Martin Vs. PillowTalk - The Gurner
11 - Justin Martin - Night Calling
12 - Justin Martin Vs. Leroy Peppers - Riding Spaceships
13 - Justin Martin - Ladybug
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