Mullet boss Casio Social Club claims that Australian producers Funboys' "break the mould". While that would be pushing it, there's certainly something impressively madcap about their anything-goes productions. EP opener "Jean-Pierre", for example, somehow melds together disco guitars, rubbery disco bass, camp synth stabs, even camper vocals and all manner of idiotic noises. That it's actually quite good is testament to the Funboys' clear grasp of dancefloor dynamics. There's plenty of similarly madcap fun to be found elsewhere, from the low-end wobble, loose beats and 'pots and pans' percussion of "New York City Breakers", to the tropical electrofunk nonsense of "Occasional Crossdressers". Inspired lunacy.