Nothing seems to work right on Moustache, and that is its saving grace. Playing Daft Punk and Prefuse 73 records after leaving them to melt in a car trunk could be a somewhat accurate description. “Quentin Mr. Oizo” Dupieux‘s electro-funk rhythms fall flat on their faces, while his ‘80s retro-trash synth melodies sound like filthy Nintendo cartridges that need to be blown into. The “glitch” element here is tasteless, as when the broken-footed funk of “(ee)” is interrupted by a dying robot declaring “This is computer music, shoot or die!” Nonetheless, there is a ridiculous funkiness as things fall apart into a spectacular mess.