Outernational 002 + 005 + 006

Kastil / Ben La Desh / Tomas Malo / Behling & Simpson

Record label
Outernational Recordings
Catalog Number
Release Date
July 21st 2014


A1Shes BackKastil
A2Doctor BillsBen La Desh
B1ScenestersTomas Malo
B2ShelterTomas Malo
C1Mc GeeverKastil
D1Saved By The FotoKastil
E1The VaultsBehling & Simpson
F1SlatesBehling & Simpson
F2Vitamin ABehling & Simpson

6 months after we first ventured into vinyl territory we're back with a new EP. The follow up to Kastil's ''Dusty Edits'' is a sampler containing 4 tracks by 3 artists we are heavily supporting at the moment. The A1 is again by Basque county based 'Kastil'. She's back is a wonderful sample drenched house track containing soul touching vocals. Definitely one for the dancefloor. On the A2 we have ''Doctor Bills' by fellow Rotterdam native ''Ben La Desh'' this is actually his first release out of many to come. This track has been circulating the soundcloud for a few months and was played by OOFT! in one of his excellent podcasts. On the flip we find two tracks by Taiko Mochi name: ''Tomas Malo''. While the B1 ''Scenesters'' is a great more uptempo disco house track with quite an emotive break it's the B2 slomo track ''Shelter'' that has been stealing the show until now. If you're in to real slow and mesmerizing music this might just be the one for you. Support by: OOFT!, The Dead Rose Music Company, Miguel Campbell, Craig Smith (6th Borough Project), Andy Ash, James Johnston, Soho808, Sleazy Beats Recordings, Zoo Look, Kirill Tipo, Fulbert, Satore. --- 1 Year after the modest success of Vol.1 Kastil returns to our Outernational imprint with a follow up to Dusty Edits Vol.1 . DE2 is a ferm Disco influenced 2 tracker which has those significant Kastil fat kicks and is soaked with finetuned samplework. Mcgeever is set to be one of this years late summer slammers. --- We are glad to welcome two gladiators of the slow-house game to our comfortable little home. Behling and Simpson have turned quite some heads over the last year with great efforts on their homelabel Futureboogie Recordings and Bristol based Applepips. With their recognizable slow but jacking sound they have now come up with a mesmerizing 3 track counting EP which covers different sides of their varying flavours. ''The Vaults'' will definitely appeal to house music lovers worldwide, we have even got a little acid touch to close it down. A very special digital remix pack which will feature Rotterdam based ''Last Mood'' and hotshot of the moment Ejeca.