David Vunk - "Hetero Girl" (Sx Lines Of Speed version) - (5:07) 125 BPM
Dax Jax - "MaDMAn" - (6:02) 127 BPM
BRZ - "YOKO 1" - (10:42) 123 BPM
Parasols - "Extort" - (4:11) 120 BPM
Review: Moustache Records is a Rotterdam based label run by David Vunk. Over the years it has flaunted wares by the likes of Cute Heels, Neil Landstrumm, Third Side and many other all analogue styled retroverts. There's more of where they came from on Moustache Homo Club Series One, where Vunk himself steps up to the challenge on the hilariously titled "Hetero Girl" (Six Lines Of Speed version), a grinding and guttural expression in slow motion 303 acid. Elsewhere, stomping old school techno comes courtesy of Dax Jax on "MaDMAn", sludgy L.I.E.S. styled techno-punk on BRZ's "YOKO 1" and the mysterious Parasols with the seething and slow burning "Extort" that's sure to cause some tunnelling and strobe-lit moments on the dancefloor.
Review: The fifth installment on the only underground label to make facial hair cool comes from its owner. Working with Gucci, another doyen of basement parties, David Vunk drops "Cold As Ice". Clocking in at nearly ten minutes, this tearing, bass-led track moves from icy synths into abrasive acid as a ponderous vocal interrupts occasionally. The other two tracks aren't quite as grandiose, but they are just as effective. "Medication Time" sees snares crash and drums flail relentlessly, while "Dikke Pep" involves the pair taking the listener on a journey through The Hague's sewers, accompanied by chilling rave stabs and percussion so sharp it could take your ears off.