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Blackest Ever Black will be based in Melbourne, Australia for the remainder of the year, but our mailorder will continue to operate more or less as normal from Berlin during this time. However, please note that any orders placed after December 10, 2015 will not be processed until January 2016 – given how many packages sent during the Christmas period end up delayed or lost, it’s simply not worth it.

Customers who pre-ordered Chris Farrell’s No Vampire (pictured above), New Private Window’s The Desperate Hours, Blackest Ever Black’s Id MudId Mud (second edition), or one of Jasmine Deporta’s signed Tropic of Cancer prints, please note that these items are all in the process of being shipped – we’d hoped to have them all dispatched by the end of last week, but it’s all taken a little longer than we imagined. If things go to plan, they should all be on their way by the end of this week (November 27). Thank you for bearing with us.

Tarquin Manek’s Tarquin Magnet and Rhythmic Theory’s ‘Forgotten Realms’ 12″ will be out in the first week of December, with Bremen’s Eclipsed following soon after. That will be your lot for 2015, though in the next couple of weeks we will announce – and list for pre-order – our first releases of 2016.


 

I Can’t Give You The Life You Want

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I Can’t Give You The Life You Want is a new, vinyl-only US compilation from Blackest Ever Black.

Exclusively manufactured and distributed by LA’s Mount Analog record store, in a strictly limited edition of 500, it features new and previously unreleased material from Tropic of Cancer, Bremen, Cut Hands, Dalhous, Tarcar, Exploring Jezebel, Barnett + Coloccia, Secret Boyfriend, Tarquin Manek, 500 Stamps and Infrastructure Zero.

Listen to Tarcar’s contribution, ‘Eija’, here.

It will be released in the US in early June. All customers pre-ordering/buying from Mount Analog will receive a free Blackest Ever Black mixtape entitled Truth Or Dare In North America with their record. A handful of copies (without the mixtape) are available to pre-order direct from Blackest Ever Black.

More information here.