Not got huge amounts to say about the four tracks featured here, really. There's Mambo, which has slight middle eastern touches about it, there's San Trope which nods at filter disco, there's the Oxia Remix of San Trope which ditches the filters and veers in a more loopy techno kinda direction, and then there's Place Roisin 33, which just sort of chugs away in a kind of post-prog, post-minimal, techno kinda way.
Of the four, the original of San Trope and Mambo work best for me, while Place Roisin 33 is definitely the weakest track. But when all's said and done, it's basically just reasonably solid, if hardly groundbreaking, fodder for the tech-house floors.
About: This is on Material Series, which is the Athens-based label run by Safris and UK techno bod Mark Broom. Check 'em out on MySpace, whydon'tcha?