Wednesday, 16 March 2011

Blackest Ever Black - She Died With Her Eyes Open



Excellent mix by London based duo Raime. This is the type of sound I would like to hear in the Yashar lounge.


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PLAYLIST:
  1. Amebix – Sunshine Ward (Glad To Be Bad) (excerpt) [Spiderleg, 1984]
  2. Chasing Voices – Acidbathory (excerpt) [Preserved Instincts, 2010]
  3. Yellow Tears – Don’t Cry (fragment) [Hospital Productions, 2009]
  4. Burzum – Rundgang Um Die Transzendentale Säule Der Singularität [Misanthropy/Cymophane, 1996]
  5. Second Layer – Black Flowers [Cherry Red, 1981]
  6. Mecanica Popular – Daguerrotipo [Grabaciones Accidentales, 1987]
  7. Ye Olde Maids – Advice To A Future Giallo Killer [Heartworm Press, 2010]
  8. Cosmetics – Black Leather Gloves [Captured Tracks, 2010]
  9. aTelecine – I Came I Sat I Departed [Pendu Sound, 2010]
  10. Pump – Falling From Grace [Plague, 2010]
  11. Eric Zann – It Is Narrow Here (excerpt) [Ghost Box, 2005]
  12. Tropic of Cancer – Dive (Wheel Of The Law) [Blackest Ever Black, 2011]
  13. Gate – Forever [Ba Da Bing!, 2010]
  14. Pram – Compass Rose [Domino, 2007]
  15. The Units – Straight Lines [Community Library, 2009]
  16. Burial Hex - Go Crystal Tears [Aurora Borealis, 2009]
  17. Nocturnal Emissions – Vegetation Narration [Earthly Delights, 1987]
  18. Sutcliffe Jugend – Scene Two: The House; Act V: Cold Aftermath [Death Factory, 1999]
  19. Lydia Lunch – Suicide Ocean [Ruby, 1982]
  20. Peter Rehberg – ML3 [Editions Mego, 2009]
She Died With Her Eyes Open

A Blackest Ever Black mixtape
This mixtape was put together over the course of three or four nights in January and February, 2011. Inspired by the radiant menace of Keldgate Road and Skidby Lane in Cottingham, East Yorkshire, and the writings of Derek Raymond and David Peace. Dedicated to all murderers and murderees.

“I have taken a terrible beating from the truth and feel tamed, wise and desperate, as if I had taken a short route to wisdom through a mirror, and cut myself badly on it as I passed through.”

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