Flippin hell, brand spanking new Raime material on their fresh ‘RR’ label – And this may well be pinnacle business right here. Their trademark dread infused post-punk dub (or whatever you want to call it) sound spliced with hyper-real soundscapes and ultra modern grime references.

It’s this constant progression of their aesthetic that’s kept us coming back for more over the years and this is certainly right up there with the best of their discography – housed in a plain sleeve with wrap around artwork, clear vinyl and all sheathed in a poly outer sleeve – tip top from sonics to presentation…

Some more from the label if you needed any more persuading –

‘We Can’t Be That Far From The Beginning’ is the inaugural EP by Raime for their own brand new label RR. Following from their release ‘Am I Using Content Or Is Content Using Me?’, Raime’s second release of the year shows the duo exploring ever further around non-linear sound into something more challenging. ‘We Can’t Be That Far From The Beginning’ is filled with snippets of conversation and shifting narratives that are at once satisfying and confusing, perhaps a reflection of our bombardment-based online culture.Always teetering somewhere between the real and the transient, Raime use multiple techniques to create a purposeful collage of our collective experience. Combining contemporary concrete, Japanese anime soundtracks, pointillist tech and spacial futures…’

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