When Justin Martin isn’t busy championing his unique big-booty-bass techno sound or acting as the current face of Claude VonStroke’s Dirtybird imprint, he’s in the studio reconstructing tracks like Bondax’s “Baby I Got That,” and giving them away for free to wind your summer down in glorious fashion. 2012 has been quite the busy year for Martin, with the release of his Ghettos & Garden’s album in May (which you can buy via Beatport), and the massive tour he has been embarked on since, we see no signs of slowing down. On this latest offering, Martin uses light hints of echoing vocals around island percussive flairs to make for a perfect track to close your summer out with.
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