Moreso than many of his other recent releases, this 12" sort of feels like a throwback to the late '90s/early '00s IDM days. Specifically the days when Aphex and Squarepusher tried their hands at singing and making somewhat poppier tracks, that almost sort of got them a little bit more mainstream recognition. Aaron Funk has used his own vocals sparingly in the past, but I can't think of anything more recent than his cover of the Misfits' "She" back in 2002. The title track to this EP feels like his long lost sequel to "Windowlicker" and "My Red Hot Car"; that is to say, an abstract, ultra-perverse, alternate-universe pop smash from one of the rulers of the IDM/breakcore scene. "Horsey Noises" starts out not at breakneck hyperjungle speed, but more in line with Funk's side project Last Step, which explores analog acid electro. Funk sings a line about wanting to make a girl with horse teeth "make horsey noises". This builds until the Amen breaks take over, and things start getting ridiculous for a bit.
The other 3 tracks are basically just B-sides. "Horsey Vag Island" is probably the most dancey track on the disc, starting with a chipper tempo and acid basslines and gradually bringing in some sick drum edits and live-sounding bass guitar. Side B opens with a long track called "Pig Dync" which features some snorking sounds meant to imitate a pig, but is mostly forgettable otherwise. "Horsey Noisers" ends the disc, and is basically a crazier, more breakcore version of the title track. It's faster, more sinister, the drums are crazier, and there's a break near the end where Funk talks about drawing a giraffe mating with an elephant, and that the giraffe's moustache resembles his. Basically, it rules. 7/10 -- Paul Simpson (22 July, 2009)