Felt Burger's Mongo Fett label has served as a home for his wackiest impulses. Track One is no exception. The title cut, "Track One (Fast Slow West Coast Mix)," was originally conceived as an SW. remix. It begins with an intro that sounds like Art Of Noise trying their hand at half-time trip-hop. A swinging ride is the only constant as the track mutates into wonky, excitable house, then goes slack again, like a carnival ride lurching into motion before coming to a sudden halt.
Though the A-side is the SW. remix, the B1, "Dypfryst Pizza," would fit nicely alongside the SUED cofounder's excellent Reminder EP series, with starry-eyed retro chord house anchored by lush pads. The ambient outro, "Tortugas Tem," ends with the same outer-space synth pulses that open the record, this time with a catchy bassline that occasionally treads into Seinfeld territory. A foggy, unintelligible spoken word rings out over the murk. We don't know why it's there or what it's saying, just that it's another Fett Burger mystery.