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- Quarter Turns Over a Living Line

Raime - Quarter Turns Over a Living Line
CRITIC SCORE
81
Based on 7 reviews
2012 Rank: #46 / 897
USER SCORE
78
Based on
14 ratings

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CRITIC REVIEWS

100
Tiny Mix Tapes

Raime is at the forefront of a project concerned with exemplifying an appreciation for the musical ancestry they have inherited, and their determination to connect the dots through re-imagining a specific set of aesthetics is unparalleled.

82
Beats Per Minute

With Quarter Turns Over A Living Line Raime fleshes out the promise of earlier work and delivers one 2012's most compelling and listenable experimental records.

80
FACT Magazine

Quarter Turns Over A Living Line is therefore an album that is both powerful in its execution of an idea, but also quite sure of its own modest signature.

72
Pitchfork

The seven tracks here have the cold ripple of alienation and abandon pulsing through them.

EMR
74
A dark and haunting experience that sounds as if it came directly from a deep abyss. The first part is absolutely stunning, and even though the second half is a bit less striking and cohesive, this record turned out to be quite the frightening ride.
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DETAILS

November 26, 2012 / Release Date
LP / Format
Blackest Ever Black / Label
Ambient / Genres
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END OF YEAR LISTS
# 32 - The Quietus
# 38 - The Wire
# 49 - Tiny Mix Tapes
Track List
  1. Passed Over Trail 
  2. The Last Foundry 
  3. Soil and Colts 
  4. Exist in the Repeat of Practice 
  5. The Walker in Blast and Bottle 
  6. Your Cast Will Tire 
  7. The Dimming of Road and Rights
Contributions By
thisisabtlgrnd, patton


Added on: November 21, 2012