Nathan Fake ‎– Outhouse

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Border Community ‎– 02BC
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Sticker:
All tracks: 132 bpm a major
Manufactured By EURODISC

Sleeve:
border community recordings
po box 38846 london w12 8yt
www.bordercommunity.com
info@bordercommunity.com
exclusively distributed via amato

for label management / distribution info contact
3 beat label mgnt ltd
t +44 (0) 151 709 2323
f +44 (0) 151 707 0227
email 3blm@3beat.co.uk

Spine:
welcome to the border community

Label:
nathan says: much love,
thanks and respect to james
& gemma, mum, dad & ben,
all my friends in reading and
norfolk and everywhere else,
and everyone who is shaping
the future of rock music.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 060065 330424
  • Barcode (String): 5060065330424
  • Matrix / Runout (A side run-out): 02 BC A1 Shane heathMANS MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (B side run-out): 02 BC B1 Shane! MPO

Other Versions (5 of 10) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
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
none Nathan Fake Outhouse(CDr, Promo, wav) Border Community none UK 2003 Sell This Version
02BC Nathan Fake Outhouse(12", Promo) Border Community 02BC UK 2003 Sell This Version

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MeanDumpsterCat

MeanDumpsterCat

December 15, 2013

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!
ceedub

ceedub

February 15, 2005
edited over 14 years ago

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 14 years ago
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
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

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

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.