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1 review »Raime have cultivated a new strain in their ever-evolving sound. It’s fairly radical in some ways, most certainly a departure from the dank post-rock of previous album ‘Tooth’ or the dubby darkside ‘Notion 2 Notion’ EP. Despite the fact this new sound isn’t as explicitly ominous or foreboding as past output, it still retains something of the core of their sound ... »
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  • DIFF008 / Black vinyl 4-track 12" EP on Different Circles, mastered and cut by Matt Colton

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8/10 Ant Staff review, 27 June 2018

Raime have cultivated a new strain in their ever-evolving sound. It’s fairly radical in some ways, most certainly a departure from the dank post-rock of previous album ‘Tooth’ or the dubby darkside ‘Notion 2 Notion’ EP. Despite the fact this new sound isn’t as explicitly ominous or foreboding as past output, it still retains something of the core of their sound - that is one immersed in soundsystem culture; D&B, Grime, Dancehall, UKG etc. This new sound is what I can only describe as some sort of hybrid Gamelan Gqom voodoo music.

It’s percussive and infectious but the rhythms don’t loop endlessly to achieve this - the tracks seem to be in a constant state of flux. The production is immensely spacious - hearing these over a big system will feel like you can move around inside them, hearing snippets of illusory voices. Somehow these tracks seem right at home on Mumdance & Logos Different Circles label and the whole thing has a sort of organic quality that comes off like the discovery of some previously unheard tribal folk music from a not too distant planet.


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