FISHER, Wongo, & Dimity Stoyle Lead The Star-Studded Cast In Little Fritter's 'CHA CHA' Video

28 Jul 2020

Off the back of his freshly released, spiced-up house record, ‘CHA CHA’, Little Fritter has rounded up his best mates, also known as FISHER, pro-surfer Dimity Stoyle, and fellow party-starter Wongo, to take you on a fruity adventure.

 Jumping in a red Mini Moke with his trusty side-kick, six-year-old son Dusty, Little Fritter cruises around town bumping into a string of well-known natives along the way. “Basically because all my crew are at home on the Gold Coast right now when they would normally be on the road touring, surfing, DJing, etc, I thought it would be a sick idea to get everyone together and roll out what a fun day around home is usually like! The video goes perfectly with the tune and my boy Dusty got voted best on ground for his performance!” shares Fritter.  

Already mustering support from electronic heavyweights such as of BBC Radio 1’s Danny Howard, Don Diablo, Chris Lake, FISHER, Roger Sanchez,  Kryder, Vato Gonzalez, The Aston Shuffle, and many more, ‘CHA CHA’ was first played in FISHER’s BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix earlier this year and again in his triple j Friday Mix. Having recently joined forces with fellow Gold Coast DJ and producer Wongo for a collaborative livestream party project called ‘Need 2 Freak’, Fritter is set to officially launch ‘CHA CHA’ at their next secret party on August 1st.

Producing from his home on the Gold Coast, Australia (where he grew up surfing and going to school with FISHER), Fritter had a notable beginning as a recording artist with releases already on Tsuba, Viva Music, Moon Harbour, Hudd Traxx and Affin. Most notably, his ‘Endless Summer Love’ remix for Ricardo Villalobos, ‘Miss You So’, a big studio achievement in his early days. His live accomplishments include DJing Love Parade in Germany, Spilt Milk in London, Off Sonar in Barcelona, Below Birmingham and Club De Visionaire in Berlin.

A massive 2019 was spent warming up crowds for long time best mate FISHER and Chris Lake at their sold out shows, putting Little Fritter on everyone’s radar, as well as key sets at all major festivals alongside the likes of Latmun, Melé, and Mason Maynard. Fritter then kicked off the new decade supporting FISHER at a special charity event in Sydney, where over $250,000 was raised for Australian bushfire appeals. If you haven’t been bitten by the Fritter bug yet – fear not, your time is coming!


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