Review: There's little info out there about the identity of those behind the Pantamamba project. It would be interesting to know who's responsible, though, because this debut 12" is really rather good. The general idea is the fusion of electronic sounds and drums - think dream house chords, classic New Jersey deep house bass and, in the case of sweaty closer "SLXSA-42", ragged TB-303 acid lines - with live percussion and instrumentation borrowed from various traditional forms of South American and Asian music. It's not a wholly unusual idea - others have a made a career from such fusions - but rarely has it been done in such a giddy and thrill-a-minute way. As debut EPs go, NK Experience is certainly one of the more intriguing we've heard in recent times.