Debutants Anony and Mous (we see what they've done there) describe themselves as "international men of mystery" who hold "multiple personalities" and divide their time between the Middle East and Europe. On this first 12", they serve up a quartet of eccentric edits of thoroughly obscure old cuts from around the world. They begin with a dash of cheeky Arabic disco (the wonderfully camp "Pyramid Disco"), before reworking a post-punk era fusion of winding synthesizer lines, low-slung bass and dense North African percussion ("Nefertiti's Blues"). Over on the B-side, check the restless percussion rolls, trigger-switch synths and rubbery funk bass of "Majnoon" and the high octane thrills of "Ma'afunk", where wild, wobbly synth lines wrap themselves around layered drum beats. File under: "brilliantly bizarre".