|2.||"Normal Spot" (Sanarama mix)|
|1.||"Five AM" (extended mix)|
Iceland's Thule imprint is back in action with a string of welcome reissues that shed new light on an impressive back catalogue of dub-infused techno from the late '90s. Sanasol were one of the main operators on said label, and so their a.m.e.p release gets a remastering treatment here and it's not a moment too soon. "Glow" rips into action on a surging tempo even as the cyclical percussive and melodic hits fall with a light tough, making for the perfect kind of uplifting dub techno without all the leaden sub bass and overbearing feedback. "Five AM" is a highly advanced track for its age, moving with the subtlety and dexterity of Livity Sound material albeit some fifteen years ahead of the curve. "Matrix Noise" too finds an interesting, unconventional groove to latch on to, yearning to merge into the hybrid techno-bass contortions of the present day.
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