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Kastil - Dusty Edits (Outernational Holland)



One of the best things about running a little label is getting to meet likeminded people and fellow music enthusiasts. Great people like Mitchel and Dragan for example, who run things over at Outernational, a superclassy, Rotterdam-based online music platform that focusses on all things deephouse and beatdown disco. They're about to pass the point of no return with the first release on their brand new vinyl imprint - Outernational Holland. For their maiden voyage, they enlisted the services of Spanish producer Kastil (Ponton, Editorial), and he delivered a bit of biggie that deserves a few kind words on these here pages.

Senor Kastil kicks things off in style with Back to Philadelphia, a chuggy, bassheavy rework of an old Sister Sledge classic. On the flip there's the lush SMD, a lazy groover with a BIG squelchy bassline and some muted crowd noises thrown in for good measure. The third and final track, "Rolls Royce" largely follows the same recipe. Can't remember the name of the original track for the life of me (though I'm sure I have it lying around somewhere), but Kastil's rendition is tasty as hell. Check out SMD below, my pick of the litter:



Buy here. It's a superlimited affair (think only 250 got pressed up), so pick one up before they're all gone. Essential stuff.

Comments

  1. Goddamit! It's out of stock already!
    How the hell did this happen?!

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  2. Don't worry, it hasn't been released yet. Next monday (the 27th!)

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  3. thanks sleazy!!!

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  4. amazing affair on this one. but out of stock at juno :( too bad

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  5. Hey Martin,

    The record hasn't actually been released yet, it hits Juno next monday!

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  6. Thanks for your kind words guys!!! :)
    And congrats for Sleazy stuff!

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  7. hej, i should have read the comments before more carefully. ;-)

    kastil told me the same via soundcloud, so everything should be good tomorrow.

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  8. Shouldn't be that hard to figure out Rolls Royce's source material: it's Rose Royce's Still In Love.

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  9. Damn! You guys really do have great taste in music! Thanks! Just picked up a copy from Juno.

    Check out this track if you havn't already, I think it will be right up your street:

    http://soundcloud.com/u-know-me-records/lower-entrance-back

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  10. Tasty 3 tracker. Got mine in the post today from Chemical Records.

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