This release features two comically named cuts in Martsman's trademarked style. The title track sets things of with a strong electro-sounding beat and glitchy clicks and crackle peppered around a tech synth line reminiscent of lauded Scottish drum & bass duo Konflict. All this is woven around a chest punishing sub-bass. "Sir Gordon Jumpmeister III" has a similar electro tinge. Here the beat and the bass line compete for the listener's attention and it's easy to get caught up in the rhythmical complexity of both elements, which morph throughout the track. But while Martsman's edits and cut-ups might be hard to get your head around on first listen, the groove is apparent to the rest of your body from the moment the first beat hits.
Creating inventive and dance floor-friendly drum & bass is no small feat in 2008. Martsman's appreciation for the rhythmical cut-ups of the so-called drumfunk scene taken together with his glitch and IDM influences end up being something like a futurist take on the mid-'90s jump-up drum & bass sound of Bristol. In that respect, his wide appeal isn't surprising at all.