- Release Date 2009-04-06
- Label Connaisseur Recordings
- Catalog OUTILS0036
Cato’s Hideout – One sequence, drumming and some crazy vocals snippets: a track doesn’t need more than that. Basic, raw and with a slightly humoristic touch, the crowd will love it.
Tiger Lily grabs you right from the first beat with its dubby groove and the distorted chord. But then, funky stabs are slowly added to create a unique atmosphere. Funk in a rather wacky way.
Cato’s Hideout (dOP Rmx) is a slightly shuffled Pink Pantheresque interpretation. An excellent smoothly played sax makes this track the perfect partner both for special moments in the club and for having delicious French cheese with a nice glass of red wine.
DJ-Feedback [outils003-6] Daso & Franklin de Costa – Frank 'n Frank Trax
Josh Wink wrote:
Like the whole ep!
Will be playing!
Laurent Garnier wrote:
nice funky tunes. will play in the mix. i like TIGER lily and the DOP remix
Craig - Silicone Soul wrote:
nice little number, will fit in my set very nicely
very cool remix too from Dop...
Sebo K wrote:
super release! wird gespielt!
very nice release! All tracks are super nice, and dOP remix is great!
Ralph Lawson wrote:
these all seem very interesting. I think A/B for the dancefloor, will try this weekend, both sound great in the studio. C has a 3/4 time signature which is more difficult to program live but good for listening. Good to hear producers experimenting.
the new outils is greeeat!
so far my fav is original cato's hideout…
but i have to listen agin to the remix and other track…
Meat (Freebase Records – FFM) wrote:
catos hideout finde ich sehr gut.
kommt auf jeden fall auf den teller.
dop mix ist auch nett!
full support !
Peter Kruder wrote:
Excellent release. Love the funky bounce of Cato's Hideout and the simple but
effective Bassline of Tiger Lily.The dOP Remix is a splendid piece of Music.
All Tracks are very usable and i will play them all.
love the frank n frank EP....will play n chart all the tracks.. good stuff !!!
Art Bleek wrote:
B2 (dOP Remix) is very nice!
Organic and soulful!
Nice release from Daso & Franklin de Costa!!
Cato's hideout is the bomb for me, like the oldschool sound of it and I totally fell in love with the dOP rmx...rhythm is seriously taking me over..what a jewel! Will play both for sure.
philip sherburne wrote:
great stuff! i love the dOP remix - a fantastic mood piece. and "cato's hideout"
is really strong as well...
Patrice Bäumel (Get Physical) wrote:
Tiger Lily is absolutely brilliant! Bouncy and full of little surprises, this is
head and shoulders above your regular deephouse fare. Niiicce!
I really like the Daso and Franklin da Costa release. Very original and housy tracks. Cool tracks.
uuh aah! yes! yet another superb release from the Conn-group limited GmBH!
my fav's were the both on the b-side.
Especially the dOp -remix is great freaky piece of contemporary dance music.
support! oh and i like it too a lot! ;)
president bongo (GUSGUS) wrote:
jiha! :) excellent! don't like the dOp mix though.. i am allergic to the sax,
special moments and cheese!
great releae, i'll play cato's hide out and tiger lilly
miss jools wrote:
really cool release here,,loving the deep dubby groove of Tiger Lily..will play
Tiger Lilly for me. In my set set set!
Thx for sending. I will play out Cato's Hude out original, but the DOP is nice to listen to,
Andrew Grant wrote:
Cato's hideout keeps me grooving all night long!! play it again please...so
Sexy…will chart…9/10 great work by you guys as always
davide squillace wrote:
love the ep!
thumbs up .-)
brendon moeller wrote:
the dOP rmx kicks ass!
"all tracks are big, that's how we like house music...if there is a vinyl, we need a copy
: ) thanks"
I really dig that Tiger Lily track, really really nervous! And Dop are trying some goodways, madness!
Sebastian Roya wrote:
Great Work from Daso & Franklin de Costa!! fresh sound, i like!
max pask wrote:
Cato's hideout!!!WOW!!right up my alley.
patrice meiner of Kabuto & Koji wrote:
Luvin this!!! Catos original is a funky comical track that has an amazing sound to at the
same time...will play for sure.Tiger Lily is the one for me on this ep....this is just right up my
alley...groovy mother@@$$@%$!!!!!I luv the distorted chords on this makes it
feel dirty!! And the dOP rmx.... is amazing I really luv this as well great to just drop it
at a very particular time and have fun with it!!!
Tekes of Kabuto&Koji wrote:
Catos'HideOut....in the bag!! Super sound! Very very very nice!
Tiger Lily.....Thank you thank you! great *^#^ track!!
dOP rmx...gets a smile on your face! super great track as well!!! All ep is of
the hook!!! in the bag will play out for sure! thank you !
markus Homm wrote:
another strong release i love Cato’s Hideout. Look forward to hear it in the
Dani Casarano wrote:
all tracks are nice…full support
DJ Kini (Hyderbad – India) wrote:
Full support for Cato's hideout. A nice warm up number.
PRESS & RADIO FEEDBACK
Beta Boy (The Freaks Radio Show - Greece) wrote:
I like very much Tiger Lily, massive track & also the original mix of Cato’s
Hideout. Great release again guys.
Andrew Duke Cognition Audioworks wrote:
All 3 tracks are stellar, but diggin' most the delicous jazzy vibe of the dOP
harry avers wrote:
Oh my GOd....
amazing work from the conn. camp. tiger lily is amazing
Simon Jones (Progressive Sounds) wrote:
Outils is back once again with yet another fantasic collection of really useful
material for the record box / cd wallet. Daso's pairing with Franklin de Costa
ventures deep, with a predominant emphasis on grooves on both counts. With the ever excellent and currently on fire dOP on remix duties, this EP cannot fail!
Jose Maria Ramon (Ibiza Global Radio) wrote:
Sure play on my radio shows and great for the dancefloor!!
favourite Cato’s Hideout!!
Ben Goodwin (www.fwd.dj) wrote:
I love both of these artists and have even had De Costa on our site. Great
release! Cato Hideout - is a prime floor groover that's perfect for locking the crowd in for a late night funk fest. Tiger Lily - Nice thick bass here with classic house groove. Solid build over the duration of the tune. Cato rmx - interesting little jazzy reshuffle here. Just bridges the gap between cheezy and super cool.