Since ditching his juke-focused "Murderbot" project a few years back, Chris "Chrissy" Shively has found success as a producer of giddy, good-time dance music shot through with references to all manner of classic UK and U.S styles and sub-genres. "Resilience", his first full-length as Chrissy, continues on this theme, delivering a whirlwind trip through three decades of sweaty, party-starting UK and U.S dance music. Shively begins with the smile-inducing rave revivalism of "Like A Fantasy" and the "Sweet Harmony"-esque "Do What You Feel", before in sequence turning his hand to 1980s piano house ("Your Ghost"), heavy London hardcore ("We Need Love"), acid-fired ghetto-house ("U Can't Stop"), Kariya (the "I Want You Tonight" style brilliance of "So I Go Dancing") and early jungle/drum and bass ("Call On Me").
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