This three track EP kicks off with Anarchy In The Funk's "Chemical Sounds", which boasts a great tinny breakdown, a catchy as hell hook and perfectly sliced vocal snippets. Next up is "Sonic Station" - a three way affair from BR Groove, G Souza and the delightfully named Punkyhead - in which a solid breakbeat underpins some almost French Electro style choppy synth lines.
General known for his silky smooth drum & bass, here we find Brazilian badman Marcio Mouse dropping the tempo for a five-strong collection of breakbeat rollers. Highlights include the LFO-style bleep techno ideals of the EP opener "Feels Good", the woozy synth waves and classic hype-call vocal sample on "Secret Love" and the starry eyed, spine-melting piano evangelism of the title track. Evidence of Mouse's ability and creativity (in case you needed it), "Crazy Day" is one of his most accomplished EPs to date.