Celebrating the start-up of the Mutek record label (spawned from the infamous Montreal electronic music festival), the suits in charge have decided to start off with a bang (as well as a few beeps and blips). With the release of Don't Postpone Joy, the label is definitely on the right track. Egg is a duo made up of artists Julien Roy and Guillaume Coutu-Dumont who play off one another's quirky musical abilities with scrumptious results. Infusing intriguing voice samples with various "clickity-clackity" sound effects, songs like the oddly eclectic "Kabuki Express" and the subdued "El Techo" are brought to life. When listening to all thirteen tracks off the album, one realizes that there is an undeniable sprinkle of humor thrown into the mix ("Continuous Drizzle" for example); however, Egg always remains extremely professional. With each song having a completely unique feel, one does not know what to expect when listening to the disc. Egg's debut effort is like a thought provoking story spliced with mood-shifts and plot-twists. For those who enjoy their electronica scrambled as opposed to over-easy, this often goulash of tunes will be a joy to listen to.