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Not quite got to grips with Raime's stuff yet. I can tell it's an impressive blend of desolate ambient moods & highly moody stripped-to-the-bone techno elements which should have me salivating to be honest. The production quality is full, atmospheric & rather eerie. I think a whole album of their work will make much more sense. This is the kind of music I like to be spun as a part of a lon ...

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8/10 Brian Staff review, 02 December 2010

Not quite got to grips with Raime's stuff yet. I can tell it's an impressive blend of desolate ambient moods & highly moody stripped-to-the-bone techno elements which should have me salivating to be honest. The production quality is full, atmospheric & rather eerie. I think a whole album of their work will make much more sense. This is the kind of music I like to be spun as a part of a long journey. This main piece finishes before I've got time to truly process my feelings. On the other hand, the Regis remix on the flip is a wonderful slab of dystopian dub techno that recalls Monolake locked in a slimy, dripping cave where monsters & ghosts dwell in the pitch-black crevices but somehow you find yourself truly excited, even elated as you see the approach of a distant light & then.......this awesome glacial synth line comes to play amongst the deep bass pulses and itchy beats. This is a true masterpiece from Regis and I must admit I feel inclined to bag this baby, if only to try & make true sense of the A side.


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