Space Ranger’s Phase Fever sure is easy to drift off with. It’s a 6.5 minute disco-base instrumental packing tons of heat. The catchy rifts and piano sequences just get to me. After awhile I find myself just playing it over again and again.
The German trio started producing and spinning since the late 1980s/early 90s influenced by some deep club beats. Lately they decided to settle down under a unified project. And thus, through the combination of analog equipment and intricate production techniques, the crew began twisting oldschool dance, disco, and soul records into one creating an unbelievable sound. Space Ranger is crazy fresh. And yet, even with the hype they don’t take it too seriously:
“It’s very hard to take yourself to seriously when you look at the world from outer space.” (Thomas K. Mattingly II)