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Cat: BLACKES 001LP. Rel: 14 Nov 12
Industrial/Noise
  1. Passed Over Trail
  2. The Last Foundry
  3. Soil 7 Colts
  4. Exist In The Repeat Of Practice
  5. The Walker In Blast & Bottle
  6. Your Cast Will Tire
  7. The Dimming Of Road & Rights
Review: ** Repress ** Raime inaugurated the Blackest Ever Black label, so it makes sense that the London duo should be the first artists on the label's ever growing roster to deliver a full album. Quarter Turns Over A Living Line finds Joe Andrews and Tom Halstead progressing from the sample based material of their early releases in favour of live instrumentation, though the elongated sessions spent "painstakingly piecing together" the hours of recorded music ensures their trademark eeriness and despondency remains intact. There's a boldness of vision apparent from the rumbling, recycled orchestrations of lead track "Passed Over Trail" that captures your attention and doesn't relent from there. "The Last Foundry" comes across like a funeral procession mourning the passing of Skull Disco, while "Exist In The Repeat Of Practice" brandishes the kind of foreboding stasis that was prevalent in much of Demdike Stare's Modern Love Tryptych of releases. A plinking digidub rhythm seems thrillingly incongruous amidst the enveloping sonic drudgery of "The Walker In Blast & Bottle", while Raime could feasibly soundtrack a spaghetti western set in Dante's Hell with "Your Cast Will Tire". Quarter Turns Over A Living Line makes for a quite brilliant body of work that demands your full attention and craves repeat listens.
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out of stock $21.71
Cat: BLACKES 001CD. Rel: 20 Nov 12
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Passed Over Trail
  2. The Last Foundry
  3. Soil & Colts
  4. Exist In The Repeat Of Practice
  5. The Walker In Blast & Bottle
  6. Your Cast Will Tire
  7. The Dimming Of Road & Rights
out of stock $12.55
Hennail (limited 12" in printed sleeve)
Cat: BLACKEST 005LIMITED. Rel: 25 Nov 11
Techno
  1. Told & Collapsed
  2. You Will Lift Your Frame Clear
Review: Elusive London duo Raime scuttle out from the shadows momentarily with their third release on the consistently bleak and consistently excellent Blackest Ever Black imprint. Adorned with typically ominous imagery, the duo's Hennail EP further refines all their musical influences into a potent double A Side of atmosphere piercing dystopia. Lead track "Told & Collapsed" aridly lollops into life, as Raime gradually flush the expansive, sinewy syncopation with a growing air of industrialised tension which creeps even further down your spine when the rpm is dropped to 33, especially when the echoed vocals arise and cascade around the channels. On the opposing side "You Will Lift Your Frame Clear", time seems to creep to a halt with strip searched post punk drums billowing under the weight of crunching bass and vocalised swerves of pressurised texture.
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out of stock $8.36
Hennail (12" + insert)
Cat: BLACKEST 005. Rel: 27 Jan 12
Techno
  1. Told & Collapsed
  2. You Will Lift Your Frame Clear
Review: Blackest Ever Black presents a collectors edition of Hennail, the label's second sonic emission from elusive London duo Raime. This two track release originally surfaced in limited quantities late last year, adorned with suitably bleak cover art, and the second edition trades that for a more reserved, simplistic black sleeve finish complemented by a screen printed insert. Musically, the duo's sonic influences have been further refined from the promise shown on their debut into two atmosphere piercing slabs of forward thinking dystopia fully at home on BEB. Lead track "Told & Collapsed" aridly lollops into life, as Raime gradually flush the expansive, sinewy syncopation with a growing air of industrialised tension which creeps even further down your spine when the rpm is dropped to 33, especially when the echoed vocals arise and cascade around the channels. On the opposing side "You Will Lift Your Frame Clear", time seems to creep to a halt with strip searched post punk drums billowing under the weight of crunching bass and vocalised swerves of pressurised texture.
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out of stock $9.41
Raime EP (12")
Cat: BLACKEST 001. Rel: 27 Jan 11
Techno
  1. Retread
  2. This Foundry
  3. We Must Hunt Under The Wreckage Of Many Systems
out of stock $8.36
Tooth (CD)
Cat: BLACKESTCD 014. Rel: 09 Jun 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Coax
  2. Dead Heat
  3. Hold Your Line
  4. Front Running
  5. Dialling In, Falling Out
  6. Glassed
  7. Cold Cain
  8. Stammer
Review: British duo Raime are back with the first album since 2012's brilliant Quarter Turns A Living Line and their signature style of dark ambience and haunting imaginary soundtracks which incorporate jungle, dub and post-punk influences into the mix also. The album is said to be largely influenced by their side project Moin which incorporates rock and metal influences too. According to Blackest Ever Black "the DNA of dub-techno, garage/grime and post-hardcore rock music spliced into sleek and predatory new forms." Highlights include the moody subtractive rock of "Dialling In, Falling Out", the dub and post punk crossover of "Dead Heat" and the brooding mood-lighting of "Cold Cain".
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out of stock $8.11
Tooth (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: BLACKESTLP 014. Rel: 07 Jun 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Coax (3:58)
  2. Dead Heat (4:34)
  3. Hold Your Line (4:24)
  4. Front Running (4:26)
  5. Dialling In, Falling Out (5:01)
  6. Glassed (5:13)
  7. Cold Cain (4:59)
  8. Stammer (4:48)
Review: British duo Raime are back with the first album since 2012's brilliant Quarter Turns A Living Line and their signature style of dark ambience and haunting imaginary soundtracks which incorporate jungle, dub and post-punk influences into the mix also. The album is said to be largely influenced by their side project Moin which incorporates rock and metal influences too. According to Blackest Ever Black "the DNA of dub-techno, garage/grime and post-hardcore rock music spliced into sleek and predatory new forms." Highlights include the moody subtractive rock of "Dialling In, Falling Out", the dub and post punk crossover of "Dead Heat" and the brooding mood-lighting of "Cold Cain".
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 in stock $18.05
Cat: BLACKEST 002. Rel: 30 Nov 10
Techno
  1. If Anywhere Was Here He Would Know Where We Are
  2. This Foundry (Regis version)
Review: Kiran Sande's Blackest Ever Black imprint reaches its second release with UK outfit Raime once again at the helm. Sprawled across the A Side is the almost unfeasibly tense and menacing "If Anywhere Was Here He Would Know Where We Are", a track characterised by a gently undulating drum roll which is submerged beneath chilling atmospherics that creep up your spine and make your hairs stand on end. The flipside is notable for the towering presence of Regis, who gives further reason to attach words of glowing praise to everything he touches. The Brummie techno icon takes "This Foundry" - the original of which appeared on the debut BEB 12" - on a moody excursion into the darkest, dubbiest corners of the electronic soundscape. Sinister and enthralling stuff.
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RR
Cat: RR 01. Rel: 24 Oct 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. In Medias Res (4:41)
  2. Do I Stutter? (5:18)
  3. See Through Me, I Dare You (6:38)
Review: First making a splash several years back with their much lauded debut on Blackest Ever Black, Raime (the duo of Tom Halstead and Joe Andrews) return and inaugurate their new imprint. Developed as a blank page for the pair to to experiment on, the three experimental imaginary soundtracks featured here are described by the London based duo as 'perhaps a reflection of our bombardment based online culture.' This follows up another release this year entitled Am I Using Content Or Is Content Using Me? on Mumdance and Logos' Different Circles imprint.
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Cat: DIFF 008. Rel: 26 Jun 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Some Things Can Happen, Just Like This (4:33)
  2. Our Valleys Are Always Uncanny (5:11)
  3. The Nourishment Cycle (4:08)
  4. Real People, Not Actors (4:41)
Review: Raime are one of those outfits that have kept us intrigued and excited since they first appeared on our shelves. That was way back in 2012, when the boundaries of house, techno, bass and industrial were re-merging to form the start of a 'post' aesthetic to the UK hardcore continuum. Joe Andrews, Tom Halstead, and the more recently added Valentina Magaletti, have produced different EPs operating uder different vibes, but their fundamental vision hasn't shifted all too much. In short, they're about dark and cavernous structures that permeate all corners of the electronic music spectrum, often executed with a distinctly 'dubby' feel. This new EP for Mumdance and Logos' Different Circles imprint, Am I Using Content Or Is Content Using Me?, indirectly references the post-truth world we live in, but also successfully encapsulates a new, more minimalistic sound from the trio. In particular, "Our Valleys Are Always Uncanny" lingers in mid-air, spewing out subtle infusions of drums at every turn, while the excellent "The Nourishment Cycle" wastes no time in going for an all-out tribal experiment, and the following "Real People, Not Actors" builds on that with some fine poly-rhythmic work in the finest of London traditions.
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Intérprete: Alexis Le-Tan
out of stock $13.08
Cat: FAKTION 13. Rel: 30 Jan 17
Dancehall/Ragga
  1. Track 1 (43:19)
  2. Track 2 (43:38)
out of stock $17.78
Notion 2 Notion (limited clear vinyl 12") (1 per customer)
Cat: BLACKEST 058. Rel: 23 Feb 17
Techno
  1. Notion 2 Notion (7:15)
  2. Losing Track (7:51)
Intérprete: Alexis Le-Tan
out of stock $8.63
Burnt/Sudo (1-sided 12")
Cat: BK 12X1201. Rel: 08 Nov 16
Bass
  1. Burnt (5:10)
  2. Sudo (4:56)
Review: Boomkat re-instigate their Editions range with a brand-new highly limited series "12x12". It launches right here with two unnerving chasm-like constructs from a duo best known for the dubby darkness as Raime. Here we find them in a more fractured mindset with a palette that's as much future as it is foundational, as much Detroit as it is Croydon. "Burnt" shuffles with refreshingly spaced-out kicks and an overwhelming sub-driven hook while "Sudo" squares more emphasis on the beats and what can be sprung off / wrapped around them. Mesmerising.
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Intérprete: TML
out of stock $11.25
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