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Yves de Mey: Metrics (Opal Tapes) Yves de Mey always seemed to linger on the outskirts of the sounds surveyed by the Sandwell District camp. SD generally released tried and true minimal techno with a decidedly dark edge, but De Mey’s music always struck me as...

Raime:¬†Quarter Turns Over A Living Line¬†(Blackest Ever Black) Raime’s debut full-length is even darker and more brooding than I’d anticipated. Somehow feeling aligned with Blackest Ever Black’s approach to conciseness, the album is but seven tracks...

Raime: Hennail (Blackest Ever Black) Two tracks from the ghostly duo known as Raime, who I assume are the same people behind the Blackest Ever Black label (most of the releases are from Raime or somehow affiliated). I liken their music to the spooky post-punk that...