All the varying artists and intersecting styles keep the attitude gutsy, and even though the bulk of Women’s Studies is retro-sounding (even to the point of taking chopped bits from DJ Snowflake’s Uh, Oh Work It Work It, or Bel Biv Devoe’s Poison ), his enthusiasm amps up the experience to keep things fun, and all the tectonic.
Chrissy Murderbot is your friendly neighborhood Diplo: a pan-global dance synthesist who believes that backing an entire four-minute track with a looping police siren is a good idea. Unlike Diplo or even Girl Talk, though, Chrissy isn't interested in connecting his genre obsessions with modern North American hip-hop or R&B, meaning Women's Studies features no hint of pop crossover. It's the difference between believing something like dancehall deserves a wider audience and believing dancehall is just really fucking cool. Women's Studies borrows those hypnotic samples and Dance Mania's ruff vulgarity and is Murderbot's most focused work almost by default. Naturally he's not content simply mimicking, so he sets Footwork against cheesy lounge-jazz ("Bussin' Down"), or late-90s Warp skittering ("Jiggle"). Not only is Murderbot not above deliciously boilerplate dance mantras, they're basically his wheelhouse.
Women's Studies Chrissy Murderbot. This album has an average beat per minute of 140 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 80/184 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Women's Studies. BPM Profile Women's Studies. Album starts at 160BPM, ends at 120BPM (-40), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Chrissy Murderbot.
Women’s Studies Chrissy Murderbot.
Chrissy Murderbot - Women's Studies Sick of footwork yet? It's not fair to dismiss an entire scene based around the endless gimmickry and outside appropriation it has inspired, but either way, reservations about the pseudo-genre shouldn't get in the way of Chrissy Murderbot's fantastic debut album for Planet Mu. No, Murderbot isn't a footwork producer-this is the man who was making ragga jungle only a few years ago, mind-and Women's Studies isn't quite a footwork album
Spoonfuls of sugar might help Murderbot’s version of juke to go down, but Women’s Studies still contains more than enough dirt to drive Mary Poppins insane. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Licence.
Summary: The Chicago producer/DJ's latest album of electronica features influences from a variety of genres, such as jungle and ragga, as well as the Chicago house subgenre known as juke or footwork. Record Label: Planet Mu. Genre(s): Electronic, Club/Dance.
Debut album from the Chicago producer and DJ, encompassing juke, footwork, house and dubstep.
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|A1||Break U Off|
|A2||New Juke Swing
Featuring – Rubi Dan
Featuring – DJ Spinn
|B1||The Vibe Is So Right
Featuring – MC ZULU*
Featuring – Popeye
Featuring – Rubi Dan
|C2||Nice Lookin Bwoy
Featuring – Mungo's Hi-Fi, Warrior Queen
Featuring – Coool Dundee, Johnny Moog
Featuring – Warrior Queen
|D3||U Got Me Burnin Up (Club Cirque)
Featuring – Coool Dundee
- Artwork – John Dretzka
|ZIQ294CD||Chrissy Murderbot||Women's Studies (CD, Album)||Planet Mu||ZIQ294CD||UK||2011|
|ZIQ294CD||Chrissy Murderbot||Women's Studies (Radio Edits) (CDr, Promo)||Planet Mu||ZIQ294CD||UK||2011|
|ZIQ294CD, ZIQ294||Chrissy Murderbot||Women's Studies (CDr, Promo)||Planet Mu, Planet Mu||ZIQ294CD, ZIQ294||UK, Europe & US||2011|
|ZIQ 294||Chrissy Murderbot||Women's Studies (2xLP, TP)||Planet Mu||ZIQ 294||UK||2011|