Melodyjno italo-electro z Paryża z ukłonami w stronę Jean-Michela Jarre'a. Na wokalach brat Guy-Manuela z Daft Punku. Do wyboru do koloru: kwaśne, podniosłe i głupiutkie momenty.
"CAPTAIN MUSTACHE" DJ and producer with some fifteen years as a label manager, he arrives on 'Bordello A Parigi' with a unique blend of electro spiked disco. The Parisian lands with a four tracker guaranteed to leave bodies and speakers aching with joy.
Teaming up with Paul Play on vocals, “Special Friend” is a purely nocturnal affair. Smokey words sail above crisp percussion as laser beam synthlines lance a haze of early morning light. “Rhythm 55” is built on bold beats, the Captain slowly unfurling a sparkling melody that glimmers and shines next to burbling acid-tinged bass.
A generous introduction gives way to toms and snipping snares for “Jean-Michel”, a beautiful tribute to synthesizer master Jean-Michel Jarre. Bright and clean, the track is steeped in a future-gazing optimism that palpably echoes through its vocoder. “Space Jowblob” brings our odyssey with Captain Mustache to a close, astral chords and beaming bars washed in starlight.