Nathan Fake ‎– Outhouse

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
02BC Nathan Fake Outhouse(12") Border Community 02BC UK 2003 Sell This Version
02BC Nathan Fake Outhouse(12", Promo) Border Community 02BC UK 2003 Sell This Version
02BCD Nathan Fake Outhouse(3xFile, MP3, 320) Border Community 02BCD UK 2003
02BCD Nathan Fake Outhouse(3xFile, WAV) Border Community 02BCD UK 2003
none Nathan Fake Outhouse(CDr, Promo, wav) Border Community none UK 2003 Sell This Version
RELOOP019-6 Nathan Fake Outhouse Rmx Part 1 (12", Promo) Recycled Loops RELOOP019-6 Slovenia 2006 Sell This Version
RELOOP019 Nathan Fake Outhouse Rmx Part 1(12") Recycled Loops RELOOP019 Slovenia 2006 Sell This Version
RELOOP019 Nathan Fake Outhouse Rmx Part 1(12") Recycled Loops RELOOP019 Slovenia 2006 Sell This Version
RELOOP019 Nathan Fake Outhouse Rmx Part 1(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Recycled Loops RELOOP019 Slovenia 2006 Sell This Version
Recycled loops 022 Nathan Fake Outhouse Rmxs Part 2(CDr, Promo) Recycled Loops Recycled loops 022 Slovenia 2007 Sell This Version
RELOOP022 Nathan Fake Outhouse Rmxs Part2 EP(12", EP) Recycled Loops RELOOP022 Slovenia 2007 Sell This Version

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noqs

noqs

June 9, 2018
referencing Outhouse Rmx Part 1, 12", RELOOP019
Slt
Laisse moi le temps du week end pour voir si je rejoute qqes disques.
Merci.
MeanDumpsterCat

MeanDumpsterCat

December 15, 2013
referencing Outhouse, 12", 02BC

I love these dark sounding early Border Community releases. This one REALLY reminds me of Boards of Canada in it's synthwork. An incredible track! Definitely one of the best to come out of this label!
sixthsense

sixthsense

October 29, 2007
referencing Outhouse Rmxs Part2 EP, 12", EP, RELOOP022

While there is some truth in saying that a classic is just that, a classic, and therefore not to be tampered with, I believe that in this case the Valentino Kanzyani remix did add a refreshing new aspect to the rather "banging" original. While the hook from that track is one of the most heartbreakingly beautiful melodies to come out in recent years, it was impossible to mix the record if you wanted to keep your sets more minimalistic. Kanzyani has solved this quite elegantly without failing to show respect to the original and proved that he's been around the block quite a few times, as his discography shows.

The remix by Marco Nastic, however, is pretty redundant.
IntelliGiant

IntelliGiant

September 29, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
referencing Outhouse Rmx Part 1, 12", RELOOP019

The remix tells you that no one can overcome the Original. Key words: filler, no creation, fruity loops.

Listening to the remix one may think about how many $ there should be paid to be in the remix part of the Track. Or another thing. What kind of depression experienced the remixing artist to give such a simple remix. Toooo simple work. Toooo

In both ways the remix is Just a bit adapted to the floor (what’s the sense?), more classical, proggy trance. Usually such kind of release filler is made by the artist himself. But this one is made by an artist, familiar to the sound, and being from such a creative group as techno - IDM creators. The remix carries just a ‘name’ function, no creation at all (creativity is opposite to the no-creativity, and no-creativity is opposite to the creativity). Eat this wonderful Soup but put some spice in it.

-- All the key words are used in this comment but ‘fruity loops’. For this one there’s another key word: imagine.
ceedub

ceedub

February 15, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
referencing Outhouse, 12", 02BC

I'm not usually a fan of progressive, but things have changed recently due to DJ's (such as Holden) sneaking IDM riffs (such as Fake's) onto the dancefloor. If I had been out in a club when the fluffy mix was dropped I would have joined the bimbos in trying to take the DJ home that night ;) Nathan's track is a downright inspiration to a burdgeoning producer conflicted with a techno upbringing and IDM sensibilities. I'm looking forward to more of these genre crossovers...
zangief_pilam

zangief_pilam

January 12, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
referencing Outhouse, 12", 02BC
I first heard this on James Holden's Balance mix and I must say, it is one of the highest points on the mix. I would have to disagree with damnage, the Fluffy Mix is definitely a winner, even if not a banging tune. Composed with outstanding musical taste, main mix is a great combination of an eery melody with a nice driving beat, while the fluffy mix is the same melody based on some chilled beats which are just great to put on and relax to. The Beats Tool is a good mix for a slightly more intense set. In my opinion a great release where every mix is GREAT.
mindblow_

mindblow_

January 3, 2004
referencing Outhouse, 12", 02BC
Without a doubt, one of the best tunes of 2003. The 'Main Mix' is really dark and epic combination of synth loops and techno bass with straight-forward rhythm. 'Beats Tool' is more simple, really nice to mix and use, but even the 'Fluffy Mix' is really good piece of music. IMHO, this is really high-quality electronic music which will sound good long after.
djdamnage

djdamnage

December 26, 2003
referencing Outhouse, 12", 02BC

James Holden’s Border Community’s 2nd release comes straight from the mind of a 20 year old college student whose influences don’t come from the club, but from IDM & Ambient musicians such as Boards of Canada and Ulrich Schauss. Nathan Fake has created a weird monster here, the main mix is a left of center house cut, with a main synth line that would feel more at home in a Portishead track than a house track. The “Beaty Tool” mix is the winner here, great drum programming and very little use of the main synth hook. Also included on the release is an ambient version, the “Fluffy Mix” which is a pointless inclusion on a 12” release and proves Natahan should stick to producing non-dance floor cuts. Disapointing, but not useless.
shawn.allen

shawn.allen

December 3, 2003
referencing Outhouse, 12", 02BC

Boards of Canada-style synths in three distinct flavors: a thumping techy tribal bit on the big side, a downtempo quirkster and an almost progressive little beats mix on the other. Hot shit.