Laswell is definitely aiming here to channel the spirit of Miles Davis (with a dash of Jon Hassell). Sonically this sounds quite a bit like "Panthalassa" where Laswell remixed some classic Miles moments into something slick, digestible, and in my opinion inferior to the original. This isn't "dub" so much as it is Laswell's take on Miles and Jon Hassell's musics, with his own rhythmic style thrown in. ("Anubis" sounds explicitly like Laswell's remix of Miles' "Black Satin", it's exactly the same rhythmic concept.)
Given that this is new music, I am able to judge it on its own merits and not in relation to the greatest recordings of recent history (whereas I judge "Panthalassa" to be a waste of money). There's a lot to like here. The beats and bass are sublime. As a collection of rhythm tracks, this is up there with "Ekstasis" as a master work. Structurally though, the pieces drift too much (they're too static, they go nowhere over too long a time). Less than much modern electronic music, but too much for this to be called great.
It's pretty smooth and pretty interesting, though.