It should be freshly discovered by each listener in his or her own way. And I am sure I won't be alone in my assertion that Dogs in the Daylight is as close to a masterpiece as a folk album by an emerging singer-songwriter can get.
“The naked emotion captured in his songs accompanied by only the six-strings he plays, puts the listener between this man’s ears and heart. Hearing his songs is a lot like getting a musically guided tour inside the thoughts of a man who is trying to make sense of the world around him. Martin’s songs are easy to listen to and linger over. — Nancy Glass, Eugene Daily News
2011 EP, self-released. Recorded by Isaac Sturtevant.