After meeting the delectable Andrea Parker at a Whitehouse gig (no, really!) the other week I was utterly smitten & had to fight Ant over the rights to fantasize over her being my imaginary wife for all eternity. Unfortunately he won and I get the runners up prize of reviewing the new Nomadic 12" on her fine electro imprint Touching cloth..erm I mean bass. This is morphing, itchy 'lectro booty that even Phil thinks is ace. Opening track 'Overpass' is proper sizzling & funky with lotsa old Skam style eerie synths over some kicking schizo drum track. It sounds a little old skool warp in parts due to it's space age bleep fetish but also bang upto date with some tight as chuff programming. The pace doesn't let up either. 'High Tone' is just future-retro electronica to jack your arse off too. So rythmical, fresh & interesting. I'd actually have to declare this the best stuff I've ever heard on the label, no kidding! 'Locked Doors' is a bit more minimal IDM-stylee with some haunting atmospherics over a thumping glitch-tastic beat & stomping low end bass stabs. Very Gescom/Dual Purpose. It concludes with TREK 19, the title of the album which Ant's already posted a review of. It's thudding digital-glitch machine music that reminds me a lot of that Izu 'Going Salamander' album with some more of those haunting synth lines over the top. Just such floor destroying dark & forceful stuff. The future of electronica indeed. Fabulous.