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Blackest Ever Black (Record label)
Blackest Ever Black is a record label from London.
Blackest Ever Black in Features
Music Portrait | posted 17.01.2020
Blackest Ever Black
Search for alienation
Among connoisseurs of fucked up, intoxicating sounds, the record label Blackest Ever Black was appreciated like no other. It has brought us the music of Raime, Regis, Tropic Of Cancer, Carla dal Forno, Prurient or Pessimist. At the end of the year 2019 it was suddenly closed. We look back on a label that musically determined the 2010s like few others.
Blackest Ever Black in Reviews
Music Review | posted 07.11.2016
Carla dal Forno
You Know What It's Like
In the 1980s, Carla dal Forno’s debut-style on »You Know What It’s Like« would have been labelled as »original sound of Berlin«.
Music Review | posted 24.09.2013
Tropic of Cancer
Restless Idylls
Those asking for purple-cloudy-YOLO-sound will definitely not find it on this record. But those who find pleasure in the weight of the world will get lost in this album.
Recent Articles
Music Review | posted 07.05.2021
Electric Party
Play
With »Play« the label Knekelhuis releases nine tracks from the eighties of the Dutch band Electric Party.
Music Review | posted 07.05.2021
Niklas Wandt
Balearische Bibliothek
With »Balearische Bibliothek« Niklas Wandt once again creates music in which nature and civilization meet on equal ground.
Music Review | posted 08.05.2021
Ziad Rahbani
Bennesbeh Labokra… Chou?
With the reissue to »Bennesbeh Labokra… Chou?« the French label WeWantSounds expands the view on the work of the Lebanese musician Ziad Rahbani.
Music Portrait | posted 12.05.2021
Arsivplak
The Past, Re-presented
Volga Çoban’s Arsivplak label and Arşivplak edit project are two sides of the same coin: his approach to Turkish funk, disco, pop, rock and jazz is archival on the one hand and strives to shed a new light on old sounds on the other.
Music News | posted 12.04.2021
Exclusive Edition: »If I Fail Are We Still Cool?«
Exclusive Edition: »If I Fail Are We Still Cool?«
Patrick Paige II drops »If I Fail Are We Still Cool?«, his second album soon. Exclusively on HHV Records, the vinyl will also be available in a limited edition Coke Bottle Clear Vinyl.