Sydney, Australia-based DJ and manufacturer Dylan Martin, aka Royalston, initial experienced producing music after focusing on a soundtrack for the 3-D computer animation film and many years of hearing drum’n’bass; originally getting started being a DJ, the creation route was a clear choice. Attempting to find out about music creation, Royalston continued to review piano and structure while using simple software applications and his trusty Yamaha RMX1. While learning his build, Royalston composed music for documentaries, Television adverts, and educational applications, but his concentrate was his very own make of tech-edged drum’n’bass. In 2011, Poor Flavor Recordings released the debut 12″, the double-A-side All My Lifestyle/Heisenberg, accompanied by the divide discharge Decay with Dizz1 on Dark Acre. Grabbing the interest of Hospital Information offshoot Med College Music, Royalston agreed upon an exclusive agreement using the label. They continued release a the EP Cerulean Blue, which also highlighted a monitor from his previous music teacher’s music group, MA, remixing “Japanese Bone fragments.” Carrying on with DJ bookings and concentrating on his creation work, Royalston going to the studio room to record his debut record. Released at the start of 2014, OCD shipped a variety of analog-tinged, techy drum’n’bass and slickly created, anthemic vocal quantities.