Artist info

Genre

Dance, Electronic, Pop


Sounds like

Seven Lions, Virtual Riot, Porter Robinson, Illenium, Flume


band members

Matt Tinkler (AKA Martiln)


Influences

Seven Lions, Porter Robinson, Flume, Perturbator, Daft Punk, Chrome Sparks, Bonobo, Machinedrum, Illenium, deadmau5


Unearthed artists we like

Twofold Vision, Spectoral


Website

www.martilnmusic.com

Bio

Matt Tinkler, AKA Martiln, is an electronic musician from Melbourne, Australia. With a constantly evolving and varied sound, Martiln blends elements from a wide array of different musical genres into lush, deep and emotional tracks, that take the listener on a sound-driven journey.

2016 saw Martiln complete his Bachelor of Music, release his first EP and single, as well as write one new track a week for 52 weeks straight as part of Weekly Beats 2016. This challenge saw him write electronic music in a wide variety of different genres, whilst still managing to maintain his unique sound. His debut single and collaboration with New Zealand-based musician Gala Morris titled ‘Home’, released in November 2016.

In 2017, Martiln released a range of remixes and collaborations with both local and international artists, including Melbourne-based singer-songwriter ‘Spectoral’ and Milwaukee-based producer ‘Plaid Hawaii’, as well as a series of EPs containing remastered versions of tracks from his Weekly Beats 2016 collection.

Alongside his solo career, Martiln also launched a side-project: an electropop duo called 'Twofold Vision', with the release of their debut EP in March of 2017, as well as become heavily involved in the running of the Melbourne-based music producer community, Beat Collective.

After taking some time out to develop his sound, Martiln is gearing up for some strong releases in the near future, through 2019 and beyond.

Review

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Martiln

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

13 Oct 2019

Triple J
40

This is a wild ride! Love how you disrupt those sick chords with some even sicker breakdowns.

This is a wild ride! Love how you disrupt those sick chords with some even sicker breakdowns.