DJ Fett Burger & dama Unleash an Enigmatic Collaboration
DJ Fett Burger and Dama is a dynamic electronic music duo. From Norway, DJ Fettburger and Dama have a unique sound which combines elements of techno, house, disco and everything else. Their infectious energy and eclectic music tastes have captured audiences all over the world.
The exceptional skill of DJ Fett Burger and Dama behind the turntables sets them apart from other DJs. The seamless mixing of their music and the ability to read a crowd makes every DJ set a memorable experience. No matter if it’s a tiny club or an enormous festival stage, their ability to create a mood that keeps the dancing going all night is unmatched. The passion of DJ Fett Burger & Dama for music is evident in every performance. Their dedication to exploring new sonic territory and pushing boundaries sets them apart from other artists on the electronic music scene.
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- The Mitterer brothers, AKA DJ Sotofett (formerly DJ Fett Burger), and DJ Sotofett have been building a dance music ecosystem that is unique and complex for over ten years. They’ve released everything, from obscure reissues to new collaborations. Norwegian disco The a locked groove attributed to a TR-909 machine to a recent remix pack Jennifer Loveless. They move their productions between dub, bleep, disco The following are some examples of how to get started: houseIt can happen in a single-track. Trying to gain a foothold can be like being dropped in a Real Housewives The reunion episode is a great way to relive the past and piece it together. If you don’t like to keep Discogs open all the time, Fett Burger and Dama have teamed up for a new album. Emotional tripperThe Sex Tags Multiverse is distilled into two compact discs.
The A side is like Sex Tags’ thesis statement. The tech house swing is about halfway through “Elle (Percussion 404 Viiibe Mix),” The two then break down the hand drums into 303 squelches and starts-and stutters. Just as quickly as the two break down the track into haunted flashbacks of acid, they slowly reassemble its fragments. This pattern is reversed. “Elektronic New York,” One of the best tracks in the album. It’s like their version of Bunker New York techno. The lead arpeggio, while psychedelic and cerebral is balanced by spacious handclaps to keep things grounded.
Emotional tripper Balances off-piste fun with straight-up beauty, functionality and elegance. best collaborations Sex Tags is a catalogue of music. The pair is particularly adept at sneaking emotive melodies inside their fraying circuitry. The Italo Synths on “Senza Paura” The high-end is brilliant and bright, but the low end sounds like a wet iPhone drying in a bowl full of rice. The track ends with a scuzzy breakbeat. “Sirius (X35-7),” The steel drum melody is a real killer, as are the layers of dub. “N9 (Arte Rumero 7 Version),” Slowly reveal an earworm Horn Line.
Fett Burger’s tracks are usually geared for the daytime, perfect for a backpack speaker or the park. He and Dama take their cues from Fett’s older brother (check out his ongoing work You can use this or LNS absolute classic Madteo) for a couple of tracks on Emotional tripper. Fett Burgers are also available in a dark version. “FX Arkalia Sun (Unconscious State)” It has some fluffy pads, but as the track progresses, an industrial chug comes into focus. The duo’s nod towards trance is evident when they play the track. “Disco Storia (Fizz Trance),” It’s surprisingly hard with a driving, bleeping bassline before it finally dissolves into arcade-game kitsch.
In one of his few interviewsFett Burger told Finn Johannsen that growing up, he spent his free time in Moss listening to NRK P3, one of Norway’s 3 radio stations. The radio station was a mix of funk, disco, house, techno, hip hop, and downtempo. They were introduced to alternative music by the station without any genre elitism. Columbia House Where I got Godsmack, Bikini kill, and Shania Twain all in the one order for $1). Emotional tripper is NRK P3 reimagined in the streaming era. All these references and genres have been compressed into a one-hour record that dances effortlessly and funkily on the dial.
- A1 Intro One
A3 Afterhour Dub Out
B1 Electronic New York
B2 FX Arkalia Sun (Unconscious State)
C1 Fibonacci’s Interlude
C2 Senza Paura
C3 Disco Storia (Fizz Trance)
D1 N9 (Arte Rumero 7 Version)
D2 Sirius (X35-7)
D3 Servi Outro