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Quarter Turns Over A Living Line
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Cat: BLACKES 001LP. Rel: 19 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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Tooth
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Tooth (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: BLACKESTLP 014. Rel: 13 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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Tooth
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Tooth (CD)
Cat: BLACKESTCD 014. Rel: 13 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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