Blackest Ever Black
Blackest Ever Black is a London label founded by Kiran Sande in 2010. According to Sande, the platform was started out of discontent with the modern music scene, which he describes as a rubbish tip of insipid indie music and some dance producers who are too concerned with reflecting urban dread. By 2011 the label had become one of the most exciting imprints around, with a roster including artists from the darkest parts of the electronic music realm. Some of their greatest discoveries include Raime, who mix dubstep with industrial music, and Tropic Of Cancer, a Californian band who operate on the intersection of the post-punk revival and gothic pop. The label also released “In A Syrian Tongue”, a well-received work by Regis, combining hard techno with the witchcraft of Coil. Early 2012 they announced they would release a series of soundtracks by industrial metal band Black Rain.
Raime: “Raime EP”
Tropic Of Cancer: “The Sorrow Of Two Blooms EP”
Regis: “In A Syrian Tongue”
Tropic Of Cancer