Until 2004, this was only a nickname. However, in this year Fatty Pokémon started creating versus tracks and mixing some tracks and, in 2006, he started his own creative and experimental project using ‘Dance Ejay 2’, a dance music making software. A partuclarity of this artist is the way he covers his albums because the images used are merely illustrative.
‘Fatty Beats: No Sleep For The Dancers’ was the debut EP featuring ‘Good Times, Bad Times (A Tribute To The Rhythm)’ and ‘Infinite Dream (Can’t You Feel It?)’.
In 2007, his EP, ‘Revolution: The B-Side Of The Flowers’, was based on his 2006/2007 school year. This EP features singles like ‘Revolution In Stereo (The Hollow Beyond
In August 2007, the 3rd EP came out. ‘Metamorphosis: From Sample To Beat’ features ‘Metamorphosis’ as the first single of this release.
One of the many critiques that this artist has received is that his titles never make any sense. Contrary to what people think, there’s a base for the creation of the titles: they can either be inspired by the used samples’ name or by a state of mind. The first part of the song’s name is the title per se, while the second part is related to the feeling associated with the track.
Edited by DJFattyPokemon on 5 Oct 2007, 19:28
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