i forgive you and the anvil you snagged, on your way up from the harbor and back, if you knew that i knew what i lacked, i'd be unbidden

by Rahm

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devjock.fanPage() Absolutely haunting vocals accompanied by equally haunting synths and drums. Amazing album. Something totally different to reset your ears from the bland and samey popmusic shovelware. Rich. Deep. Sophisticated. I'm gonna stop typing now, before I suddenly transform into Christian Bale.. Favorite track: wet words.
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"Across bass-heavy ballads, tripped-out interludes, and floating minimal phrases, Rahm has woven a singular debut that warrants repeat listens." - XLR8R

"His most arresting work yet. The sparse, tense production ebbs and flows beneath pained vocals, and it feels as if we're being granted an intimate window into the artist's soul. It's powerful, left-field pop music." - Pigeons & Planes

obtain digital sound files here:
flexiblerecords.bandcamp.com/album/i-forgive-you

I remember a pivotal moment one rainy lollapalooza night standing in the middle of Grant Park trying to decide if I should see the Foo Fighters or this dude I'd never heard of named Deadmau5, eventually choosing Deadmau5 and had the time of my little life krumping and bumping in the mud at my first electronic music show, feeling the subsonics deep in my rumpus. The next day I thought to myself 'Schoenberg had it wrong with his tone rows - if you want to abandon harmony use noise, use electronics.' I was way into classical music for the latter half of high school - Ravel Debussy Stravinsky Prokofiev Satie (maybe Tchaikovsky) being my main men - continuing into college, and continuing into now, though I'm a bit less active about listening to it now.

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released August 4, 2017

in collaboration with flexible records / terrible records.
terriblerecords.com

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