Raime ‎– Notion 2 Notion

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Blackest Ever Black ‎– BLACKEST058
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Limited Edition, Clear
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Tracklist

A Notion 2 Notion 7:26
B Losing Track 8:03

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Credits

  • Artwork By – Damien Tran
  • Mastered By, Lacquer Cut ByMatt*
  • Written By, ProducerRaime

Notes

Clear 12″ vinyl, edition of 500.

Housed in reverse board picture sleeve with black paper inner.

This release is not available to buy on digital formats.

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daversls

daversls

July 20, 2017
i preordered this but it's not really my jam. so i'm selling a ~not sealed~ copy in case any of y'all wanna own this without supporting flippers. cheers
chuckleberry

chuckleberry

April 5, 2017
Seems like a lotta people bought this just to sell it!! fuck that.
vita_ignes

vita_ignes

April 1, 2017
decent sounds. will watch for ppl to get bored of waiting for someone to buy at inane flipper cost, and buy it when it goes down to a more reasonable price befitting of something pressed in an edition of 500. no reason anyone should pay these jacked up rates. the first few BEB releases all went down in price when people got bored of the hype and moved on- am sure this one will see similar outcome. to be clear: i think the imprint is great, but also think more people buy these releases to try and flip at stupid prices reflected here than to actually appreciate the tunes. eff off people of 2017.
chris92w

chris92w

March 8, 2017

music is great. making it a limited-pressing no-digital release was a fucking shit idea, though.
sneakdiss

sneakdiss

March 5, 2017
saw a couple copies for sale at rough trade new york today.

i find it strange that this release is so divisive, when their last 12" (under the name yally) is on the same tip and didn't garner any discussion.
Mr.Modular

Mr.Modular

March 4, 2017
It's really crazy how polarizing Raime have been lately. I really liked Tooth, but I think I was expecting an even better more intense follow up to their debut LP, but we got something completely different out of left field. Minimalist Post-rock and Dub, a really weird combo, but this EP feels more akin to their early releases mixed with Tooth's sound palette. Really glad I grabbed this when I did because It's a solid release, but it's kind of a shame the music was purposely excluding if you weren't lucky enough to get it. If it was some throw away tracks (Ala Muslimgauze or Sun City Girls) in a massive discography, I'd get that, but the amazing production and attention to detail kind of make the exclusive nature of this release unacceptable.
AleksOne

AleksOne

March 3, 2017
This is just beautiful music. At least for me. Maybe I'm the only one in that thing called internet who likes that release?
The title track is massive trip. Maybe I should listen to 'Tooth' again - a LP which I loved.
Heartguard

Heartguard

February 28, 2017
Forced exposure in the U.S. now has this up in their webstore for sale
Jon_Kip

Jon_Kip

February 28, 2017

Just as boring and unoriginal as "Tooth". Limited clear vinyl to boost sales, for fanboys to play in their plastic turntables. Please buy at 5x price & Enjoy!
carringtonstreetelit

carringtonstreetelit

February 25, 2017
Think there might be some copies left at Rubadub !