East Kilbride’s finest is one of the most underrated electronic producers around, and this 2001 release on his own Ampoule label is right up there with the best of the the 00s for me. While it owes a significant debt to the dub techno of Berlin, it’s head and shoulders above the legions of Basic Channel clones who seemed to proliferate around the turn of the millennium. It sits the genre’s trademark heavy, metallic, echoing chords within a melodic and harmonically rich framework that’s full of space and light. I never get tired of it. And the good news is you can buy your own digital copy direct from Ampoule.