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Fagin's Reject

Fagin's Reject

Fagin's Reject


Fagin's Reject is London born Phil Getty. Phil comes from a psychedelic rock and metal background and was first exposed to Goatrance in 1992 at London based Goa parties, and quickly began to collect the limited vinyl it was released on. Soon after, he made his way to Goa and has been attending parties and festivals all over the world ever since. After returning from India in 1994 he became a member of Lost Sector, an early Techno-Acid group made up of Bill Robin from Warp Technique and Benny Ill from Horsepower Productions Read more on Last.fm
Fagin's Reject is London born Phil Getty. Phil comes from a psychedelic rock and metal background and was first exposed to Goatrance in 1992 at London based Goa parties, and quickly began to collect the limited vinyl it was released on. Soon after, he made his way to Goa and has been attending parties and festivals all over the world ever since. After returning from India in 1994 he became a member of Lost Sector, an early Techno-Acid group made up of Bill Robin from Warp Technique and Benny Ill from Horsepower Productions, which had several releases on Fishtank Records. Originally a bassist and funk DJ, Phil started producing Psytrance around 2003 out of a need to express musical ideas. It was only after attaining a music technology diploma in 2008 that making music became more serious to him, and so Fagin's Reject was born.

Always funky and original, Fagin's Reject blends various styles of psychedelic boogie with a focus on hi-tech trippiness and squelch factor, always with a wink to the old-school, which works at anytime of night or day. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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