Following the juke/footwork-isms of his recent Greatest Hits album, Chicago's Chrissy Murderbot teamed up with pawn for the more dancehall inspired Original EP. It went down so well that they've now commissioned remixes of the EP's tracks to keep the booties shakin'. Calculon & Austin Speed distort the kick for a punishing electro-bass meets D&B version of the title track. Meanwhile it's all about the minimal doom-bounce vibes on Moresounds' rejig of "Your Words". Werk!
Coming correct with an album of new material under that classic tongue-in-cheek move of calling an album Greatest Hits, Chrissy Murderbot is back with a slew of footwork-flavoured fun and games for the less po-faced of dancefloors. There's no arguing with the rapid-fire sample wisecracks of "Slang It", but Chrissy is also prepared to dip into more moody territory such as the soulful and searching "What Should I Do" with its subtle drum arrangements and thoughtful synths. There's also a wealth of dutty remixes on offer, from Pixelord's sunny breakbeat business to Cardopusher & Pacheko's hyped-up electro throwdown, giving you a staggering amount of party-starting, unpretentious rave hype in one handy package.