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Raime - Tooth Album

Genre: Electronic
Performer: Raime
Title: Tooth
Style: Experimental, Industrial, Dub, Darkwave
Date of release: 2016
FLAC album size: 2376 mb
MP3 album size: 2404 mb

Tracklist

Hold Your Line
Coax
Glassed
Cold Cain
Front Running
Dialling In, Falling Out
Dead Heat
Stammer

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
BLACKESTLP014Raime Tooth ‎(2x12", Album, 180)Blackest Ever BlackBLACKESTLP014Europe2016
BLACKESTLP014Raime Tooth ‎(2x12", Album, 180 + CDr, Album, Comp, Smplr)Blackest Ever BlackBLACKESTLP014Europe2016
noneRaime Tooth ‎(8xFile, FLAC, Album, 24 )Blackest Ever BlacknoneEurope2016
BLACKESTCD014Raime Tooth ‎(CD, Album)Blackest Ever BlackBLACKESTCD014Europe2016
BLACKESTCD014Raime Tooth ‎(CD, Album, Promo, Car)Blackest Ever BlackBLACKESTCD014Europe2016

Album

Raimes second album, Tooth, arrives June 10, 2016 on 2xLP, CD and digital formats. The widescreen melancholia of their 2012 debut, Quarter Turns Over A Living Line, gives way to an urgent and focussed futurism, in the shape of eight fiercely uptempo, minimal, meticulously crafted electro-acoustic rhythm tracks. The DNA of dub-techno, garagegrime and post-hardcore rock music spliced into sleek and predatory new forms. No let-up, no hesitation. Needlepoint guitar, deftly junglist drum programming, brooding synths and lethal sub-bass drive the engine. The production is immaculate, high definiti. Raime's second album, Tooth, arrives June 10, 2016 on 2xLP, CD and digital formats. The widescreen melancholia of their 2012 debut, Quarter Turns Over a Living Line, gives way to an urgent and focussed futurism, in the shape of eight fiercely uptempo, minimal, meticulously crafted electro-acoustic rhythm tracks. The production. Tooth by Raime, released 23 September 2018 1. Coax 2. Dead Heat 3. Hold Your Line 4. Front Running 5. Dialling In, Falling Out 6. Glassed 7. Cold Cain 8. 2LP Gatefold 180g with spot-gloss, includes two printed innersinserts Includes unlimited streaming of Tooth via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Sold Out. Покупайте и продавайте винил и компакт-диски, формируйте. Album 2016 8 Songs. More By Raime. Quarter Turns Over a Living Line. Released 2016. Tooth Tracklist. Coax Lyrics. Genre: Dark Ambient. Tooth demonstrates Raime as multi-dimensional musicians, even if you have to travel through a black hole to get to those dimensions. Full Review. Best of 2016. Worst of 2016. Released: Jun - Tooth In the three and a half years since the release of Raime's debut album, Quarter Turns Over A Living Line, the duo and their label have come to represent a certain type of bleakness that's become common in electronic music in recent years. Joe Andrews and Tom Halstead have played a large part in Blackest Ever Black's identity. Their first album is a multi-faceted record of real quality, subtly suggesting a whole host of predecessors-from head-down dubstep to drone rock bands like Earth. Tooth is a step-change for the pair. Quarter Turns had felt like closure in a wa

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Listen to music from Raime like Stammer, The Last Foundry & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Raime. Industrial, techno, dubstep: various words were thrown at them and their music, but none seemed adequate, and none has really stuck. Their 2012 debut album Quarter Turns Over A Living Line was followed by the 2016 al read more. Raime is the London-based duo of Joe Andrews and Tom Halstead releasing music on the Blackest Ever Black label. Traversing somewhat similar territory to Demdike Stare's occult ambient dub, they debuted in 2010 with the Raime EP, a three-tracker that split the difference between minimalis read more. Old-school garage and grime from the dark side. Playing favourites: Raime. The gloomy London duo dive deep into their record collections to talk about the psych, punk, grime and drum & bass that has shaped their music. Event statistics. Appears most with. Demdike Stare Actress Tim Hecker Roly Porter Vessel. Regions most played. Listen to music from Reima Oksman like Vain syksyn tuuli kuiskaa, Sheila & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Reima Oksman. Learn more. Recent Listening Trend. Do you know anything about this type of music Start the wiki. Top Tracks. Track name. We Must Hunt Under the Wreckage of Many Systems. Love this track. Set track as current obsession. Get track. Listen to music from Reima Helminen like Hyvät vuodet, Kuusamoon & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Reima Helminen. Веб-версия YouTube Music для компьютера. Raime - Stammer live at Unsound Toronto - Продолжительность: 6:15 Blackest Ever Black 8. Pacer - Продолжительность: 7: is a list of performers who focus on maritime music or who have at some point made notable contributions to that genre. Jerry Bryant, singer-songwriter from Maine, also performs historical shanties in a traditional style. Johnny Collins, a modern-day shantyman 19382009. Forebitter, group featuring performers associated with the Mystic Seaport Museum. Stan Hugill, Last Working Shantyman 19061992. Stream Tracks and Playlists from reima on your desktop or mobile device. Let your audience know what to hear first. Learn more about Pro. reimaPro Unlimited. 愛知県名古屋市, Japan. 979 fans. Top out Raime on Beatport. Welcome to Beatport. Beatport is the world's largest electronic music store for DJs

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Comments to album Raime - Tooth
Altad
very special fake this label. two notes plus darky sleeve - its ok
Wat!?
So, I've had this record for a year now, and I felt now I can really say what I feel about this album knowing it inside out and the motivations behind it. When I first heard the single "Dead Heat" released out of the blue one day, I was on the fence whether I really would like the new album, I was scared and excited. Terrified that I had waited 3 years for something, anything from Raime and it may not blow me away.The first album they put out was a masterpiece on mood and sound, and every track felt very dark, intense, and diverse. I will say that it is probably one of the most polished meticulously crafted albums I've heard, so my expectations were sky high before I knew any real information about a follow up. Seeing the reaction to Raime's recent releases (Yally counted), I'm hardly surprised by how divided the fanbase became after they dropped "Tooth". It's almost the exact antithesis of the debut, it's synthetic, small sound palette and extremely minimal structure. Sure, Raime have always been minimal, but the new album really pushed them further in that direction.Now, for my opinion on the album itself? I was kind of disappointed by my expectations, but because they were just that, I felt it was kind of unfair to judge the album just yet. I let it sink in for a long time, I found myself playing it more and more, really enjoying the very big sub-bass lines, and the very percussive and minimal guitar playing. The live drums add a bit more dimension to some of the tracks, and of course there are some very glassy synths to fill things in just a little. The actual sound of the record also makes a lot of sense in the context of who Raime is as Tom and Joe are very much music nerds with a keen ear for sound. They've expressed their love for Dub, Grime, and Albini style Post-Hardcore in interviews and DJ sets, and it totally makes sense that this is how the record would sound. I have no doubt in my mind that the duo worked for years to perfect the formula that they wanted for this album, so I think it's slightly puzzling that a lot of critics of the album feel that it wasn't done with much forethought.I really do love this album, and I still play it at least once a week or every other week. I can't really explain why I like it so much other than that I really love the actual production of the album and the extremely minimalistic songs. The lack of diversity was definitely something I didn't care for too much, but after awhile that faded away and was certain that "Tooth" was something I really (really) liked. This along with Demdike Stare's "Wonderland" was one of my favorite releases last year, so give that a chance as well if you hadn't heard it! (~.~)
Wymefw
Finally not bad at all. If listened at proper speed - i tried 45rpm +10 pitch with some pleasure - it could be similar to some Ghostly International downtempo experimentations. I mean: the best ones :) The use of guitar reminds krautrock and it is very cinematic. Simply a soundtrack for a non existing movie; this is the way this release should be intended.
Tygrarad
Firstly i should admit i am a massive fan of Raime and am actively collecting their records. When i first heard "Tooth" i was disappointed and wasn't exactly sure what had gone so wrong. This was back in June when the record came. Fast forward to December now and i REALLY dig this record. It has a sense of space and of design that is extremely subtle and molded. Raime has always played off of open space, rather than filling in every second of time with excessive sound. It's one of the things i loved most about the early Raime records is that they focused on selective restraint rather than incessant filling in. "Tooth" is a much more sparse record than the amazing debut album was; and as a guitar player the first several times i heard this record i thought the guitar playing was very amateur-like; however now when i hear the guitars i think it sounds more brutal and raw rather than amateur. I think "Tooth" is a record that isn't easy to understand. I don't think it's instantly appealing or as absorbing as prior Raime records have been; that being said i find myself listening to it ALL the time on my headphones while commuting in and around the city. It has a soundtrack-like feel to it; the sound of an industrial city story. One that can melt into the backdrop of a night walk or the overwhelming lights of a busy intersection. I think "Tooth" is an ugly record that needs time to interact with your mind and ears; but there is a shimmering beauty here that unfolds after repeated listening. Easily my album of the year.
Clonanau
they have been around since 2010. you seem to be more annoyed by the genres and the labeling. I try not to worry about what music is advertised as or what genre something falls under. I am not into Industrial music; but for me industrial-inspired music generally falls more into the noise/experimentation. Sometimes overthinking classification can harm the ability to just listen to the records.
Wen
you gotta be kidding me. how is this experimental ? just which part exactly of it is experimental ? how is this industrial? how is this have anything to do with any sort of art ? surely it can't be that bad , - i thought to myself as being such a positive individual. but it is. this wouldn't even suit the mood if you decided to put a rope on your neck. put this on, go sit on the crapper, come back in half an hour - the effect will be the same. truly awful, honestly, this is why i'm starting to hate this so called pretentious post-industrial new wave new age DNA of dub-techno, garage/grime and post-hardcore rock music spliced into sleek and predatory new forms experimental blah blah. nothing new whatsoever, nothing mind-bending horizon curving or predatouriously fierce as advertised. it's empty, it's blank, it does not carry any idea, its nothing. stop wasting vinyl.there are more people selling it than wanting it.
Yozshujind
I am so glad I listened to this before spending money on it. So glad I did not pre-order. It's been a few months so I just tried giving the Mp3's another listen, and I really still can't tell any differences in tracks.snare-cymbal-di-di-di-di-din-din (repeat ∞ forever)That's it. The entire album is right there. You get the occasional ambient drone to go along with a couple short screams (which all sound the same) in a few of the tracks. That's the biggest difference, and those few tracks are exactly the same as well.This album was such a disappointment. Really loved Quarter Turns, but if Raime can't come up with anything better than what they just put out, it just might be time for them to call it quits.
Aradwyn
Biggest disappointment of the year. Such a disappointment. Still at least they gave us a fantastic debut LP.
Niwield
While I appreciate the deep sound of their first album, in comparison to which this album seems to be more simple, does it mean that this album is less demanding overall?
Moralsa
I so wanted to like this album. I tried, but nope. It ain't a patch on Quarter Turns. Biggest disapointment of 2016 so far.
Levion
It sure is less a collapse on this new record. They changed the submarine funeral-sound to something more vivid. Really like their choices on this new one.
Otiel
I don't understand it. The same song over and over. The 45RPM that could have really fit the entire album on a single 33RPM. The cover art. I'm all for not understanding something but at least make it memorable. Let down.
VariesWent
Great record, more of that awesome MOIN sound. Great Artwork - underlines the whole feeling straight away. .. like a SciFi-videogame score, every track shines. The "Stammer" - end is absolutly stunning.. nothing else to say.
Marilore
I absolutely get the sci-fi/videogame feeling too. The artwork inside is awesome.
Welen
In my opinion Raime's second LP does not have the profoundness and intensity which made his precursor so unique.That is quite disappointing. But one can say that the benchmark was just too high. That's possible. Don't get me wrong "Tooth" is not bad, but it lacks ideas and complexity, which makes it a little bit boring. The whole instrumentation, esp. the guitar sound differs so little from track to track, that no piece stays in your mind. Plus, this effort here reminds me too much of bands I heard before, such as Main. But hear for yourself.
Kaim
Exactly, the tracks sound repetitive because of the same soundscape and guitar effect. I was listening to it and on many tracks I thought "hey, didn't I just hear this same in a track before??!!" I mean tracks like "Hold your line" and "Glassed" sound like the same track. And the rest of the album is not so different either. It is the same riff over and over and over...
Thozius
This cover is looking so Y2K -- anyone else see it?
Hanelynai
Hate the cover. I think it's ugly. I would have liked if they had continued with the old style.
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