Haven't heard the others yet, will press play once I'm home.
I like his productions, and most of them are good and interesting for a number of reasons. However, he's been exploring this aesthetic for the better part of two years now, and, even though I still like most things he puts out, by now it's become a question of economic dimension: how much money am I willing to spend on a record that further displays well-crafted lo-fi textures over a stomping 4x4 kick? With each additional release, that amount goes down. Also, what exactly is he trying to do with this? In his RA feature, he appeared to be a guy with a precise plan: get music out there, increase your profile. By now, to me it seems like he's trying to appeal to a more continental techno crowd while still holding on to a more british sound. Which imho doesn't really work: the continentals prefer to consume somewhat leftfield techno in moderation, and for the bass heads there isn't enough development in his artistic signature.