Barely pausing for breath (2 years) since his last blast on BaseLogic, Edmund Chamberlain flexes his muscles and tightens his briefs for these four tracks to another dimension. Let's look each track up and down: 'Dave' is an acid adventure into the mind of a maniac, a wonked off dancefloor anthem for the 25th century, the sound of a 303 making an awkward joke before it asks you out on a date. Bonus info: The track is named after Edmund's biggest fan, retired rollerdisco steward David Beamson, from Egham nr. Staines. 'Synthia' is a melodic and transfixing composition of beauty and power, often referred to as Edmund's finest song to date by lovers of warm, intelligent ambient electronics. However, if that's how you'd pigeonhole this track, then you're a fool. It's cunningly injected with the quirky edits that belie Edmund's often extremely spiteful sense of humour. Bonus info: Edmund has never revealed to a single soul who he wrote Synthia for, and claims never to have been in love. 'November 8th 2003' is a deep and brooding electro track betraying Edmund's stoic, but still optimistic outlook on the possibility of a peaceful solution to armed conflict worldwide. If euphoria could ever be restrained (by no means a certainty), then it (euphoria) certainly is (restrained) here, possibly. Bonus info: The date November 8 2003 holds no significance whatsoever to Edmund and never will, so apologies to all with birthdays falling on that date. 'Fixxy Gnepz' kicks off with a halting bassline that grows in confidence to a rolling sermon in downtempo electrofunk just long enough for the transition to blissed out keys coming as the kind of surprise you half expected. 'Fixxy Gnepz' is Edmund's way of saying thanks for listening to my EP, you've been a great audience but goodnight and drive safely home. The only vocal on the whole EP appears three quarters of the way through Fixxy Gnepz, so do look out for it. Bonus info: The `G' in `Gnepz' is hard.