|1.||"Rock Steady" (5:44)|
|2.||"Green Man" (4:29)|
|1.||"Fantasy Dub" (3:07)|
|2.||"Green River" (3:57)|
Psychologist-turned-producer Andy Rantzen has never been particularly prolific, though we were surprised to learn that this 12" is his first solo single for the best part of 20 years (for the record, he released a digital-only album two years ago). It's an interesting and ear-pleasing affair that may raise a few eyebrows. Traditionally, he's delivered lo-fi electronica and experimental techno. On 1/66, three of the four tracks see him take a leisurely, freshly baked stroll through digital dub pastures. Of these, it's the thrillingly bass-heavy, ghostly digital dub of "Fantasy Dub" and stabbing "Green River" that most impress, though jaunty digi-dub opener "Rock Steady" may get most club plays.
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