Debasser

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debasser

Debasser (aka John Fentiman) first started making waves in the dance world with the release of his critically acclaimed “Fat Girls” EP in 2002 on the Novamute label.

After hitting the record boxes of a number of major heavy weights in the DJ world, including Dave Clarke, Lauren Garnier and Andrew Weatherall, Debasser’s follow up was the bass drenched delight of “Dark Smile”, a tune that is regarded by many as being the tune that launched the UK Bass genre.

Since then Debasser has released a plethora of bass influenced floor fillers, as well as his his debut album “Negating Condiments” (2007) which was released on his own label, WIDE Records, set up with bass partner DJ Cutlass Supreme.

Specializing in deep bass exploration and innovative sound design, Debasser is at his prime when performing live, and his now infamous sound and style has graced the floors of some of the biggest and best clubs across the UK and Europe.

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