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DJ Fett Burger

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Galaxy Of Synthesis
Cat: UFO 14. Rel: 26 May 21
Deep House
  1. Galaxy Of Synthesis (7:21)
  2. Galaxy Of Synthesis (DJ Dog Simple mix) (5:42)
  3. Comet Dust (5:41)
  4. Comet Dust (PST Local party live version) (6:32)
Review: DJ Fett Burger returns on Sex Tags UFO with with the growling junkyard beats of 'Galaxy Of Synthesis'. Speaking of which, DJ DOG provides a remix which is more straight ahead and optimised for the dancefloor, while retaining the strong acid and Motor City motifs of the original. Speaking of the latter, the Detroit influence remains strong on B side cut 'Comet Dust' which is definitely on the high tech and soulful tip, followed by a hypnotic and utterly uplifting live mix version by Gothenburg's Porn Sword Tobacco.
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Ephemeral Lightspeed
Cat: UFO 13. Rel: 26 May 21
  1. Ephemeral Lightspeed (8:09)
  2. Ephemeral Lightspeed (Beatless version) (4:45)
  3. Ephemeral Lightspeed (LNS remix) (6:08)
  4. Ephemeral Lightspeed (Snorre Magnar Solberg Acid Solarpunk remix) (7:51)
Review: Like his brother DJ Sotofett, DJ Fett Burger is not a producer you can 'second-guess'. On one release, you might get surging techno or outer-space ambient, while on another it could be analogue acid house or throbbing machine-disco. On 'Ephemeral Lightspeed', he adds punchy, crunchy breakbeats to a swirling ambient techno soundscape whose trippy and wide-eyed quality is confirmed by the Norwegian producer's accompanying 'Beatless Version'. On the flipside two friends of the Sex Tags family deliver their interpretations. First LNS re-imagines the track as a bouncy, keyboard stab-sporting electro treat, while the Snorre Magnar Solberg revision is a bonkers-but-brilliant, high-octane acid breakbeat rush-a-thon.
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Pogo (12")
Cat: FETT 101. Rel: 17 Nov 20
  1. Pogo (7:24)
  2. Kaosfield (7:57)
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Track One
Track One (12")
Cat: FETT 303. Rel: 05 Oct 17
Deep House
  1. Track One (fast Slow West Coast mix) (9:48)
  2. Dypfryst Pizza (8:30)
  3. Tortugas Tem (5:41)
Review: Given the prolific nature of Norway's Fett brothers, keeping up with their release schedule is almost a full-time job. That almost all of their various projects are worth saying goes without saying, but there's something extra-special about this rare solo outing from the fast-food loving Fett Burger. A-side "Track One (Fast Slow West Coast Mix)" is particularly enjoyable, flipping as it does between horizontal, sofa-surfing jazz and springy, up-tempo, all-analogue jazz house positivity. That said, dreamy deep house shuffler "Dypfryst Pizza" is equally as endearing in its own way, whilst closer "Tortugas Tem" peppers an undulating analogue bassline with all manner of weird noises, samples and effects. You can tell that he was a fan of the Orb while growing up.
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Burger Trip
Cat: FETT 202. Rel: 24 Feb 16
Deep House
  1. Burger Trip (original) (8:59)
  2. Burger Trip (Meme) (12:51)
Review: Mongo Fett is the newest addition to the sprawling Sex Tags family of labels, first surfacing with the spaced out boogie of DJ Fett Burger's Pogo 12" in February last year. It's tempting to suggest Mongo Fett is a dedicated platform for Fett Burger material, given the name, but its also never a good idea to entertain any assumptions when it comes to Sex Tags related business. Anyway.... This second Mongo Fett release finds DJ Fett Burger at the controls once more (with a bit of help from Telephones and Jonny Rock) and offers a pair of humid percussion workouts that will delight the more limber dancers out there. The B-side "Burger Trip (Meme)" swings it for us, pulling the track on an imaginary journey through a tropical forest.
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Red Scorpions: Remixes
Red Scorpions: Remixes (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: ROYAL 0461. Rel: 05 Sep 19
Deep House
  1. Enjoy This Limousine (DJ Fett Burger Liquid Underground Acid mix) (11:16)
  2. Harpo (Speckgurtel RMX - Stereo Out) (5:43)
  3. Sonnenambiente (Speckgurtel Drumapella Stereo Out) (5:40)
Review: Clone is one of the oldest active labels in the game, and DJ Fett Burger has been the most singular soundsmiths in the scene for seemingly as long. This coming together of two giants is another successful one with the Sex Tags co-founder flipping Red Scorpions' "Enjoy This Limousine" into a dubbed out techno roller with jittery snares riding on bleeping electronics. Speckgurtel then tackles "Harpo" with an old school rave energy that is muted yet euphoric, before rounding off with his Drumapella version of "Sonnenambiente", which makes an effective early evening house tool.
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Played by: Virginia
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