Martyn picked: DBridge & Instra:mental - Wonder Where [Nonplus+]
A label's first release is in a lot of cases like a ‘letter of intent’. What is this label going to bring to the table that others have not? I think 'Wonder Where' is a great example of the (mini) genre that became known as Autonomic. Besides it being a really great song, it also comfortably sat in between drum & bass, techno, soul, in a weird mix of styles that was further explored in their Club Autonomic podcasts.
Boddika hypes: Martyn - Vancouver 
Martyn's Great Lengths was a standout album at the time and it has stood the test of time very well. My favourite track off it has to be 'Vancouver' - a great dubby techno hybrid track.
Martyn laments: Redshape - I Feel Like Riot [Nonplus+]
What a stormer of a track! Taking slight cues from Nonplus' drum & bass roots I think Redshape really hit the nail on the head with this. I love how it builds and how the amazingly funky bassline that develops through the song. I love playing this out too.
Martyn also loves: Actress - Gershwin [Nonplus+]
Actress going Autechre x Drexciya on 'Gershwin', it really doesn't get much better than that. It’s one of my favourite Actress tracks.
Boddika reflects on: Instra:mental – Pyramid 
This track was written by myself and my old partner from Instra:mental. It came after we finished our album and we still had the palette we used intact. It’s a straight up club track, it was fun to write and worked well in the clubs.
Martyn tips: Endian – Birdhouse [Nonplus+]
The first time I heard George (also one half of Commix) do something that was not 170+ BPM was 'Birdhouse'. It's got that headzy vibe but it's tucked neatly into a tribal-esque beat pattern. I really love this record and I still play this out quite a bit.
Boddika still loves: 2562 – Embrace 
During this weird post-dubstep period 2562 was writing some amazing tracks with deep chords and swung beats. This track is a perfect example of this sound and I still think it’s great!
Martyn respects: Source Direct - Black Rose [Nonplus+]
It's funny, the first time I heard of Al and Damon was when they put out a record on Demonic, Source Direct's label. It's come full circle now with this re-issue of Source Directs's seminal 'Black Rose' and 'Approach & Identify', two d&b workouts of such sublime quality I'm afraid no one will ever come close to them again.