Regis, Cut Hands and Raime will all perform as part of the label's takeover of Basing House later this month.
"I want to be provoked, I want to be romanced, I want to be made to feel stupid and confused all over again," said Blackest Ever Black boss Kiran Sande during our recent Label of the Month feature. Whether or not he has achieved his aim with BEB, it would be impossible not to feel something when spending time with the imprint's output to date. At the core of their discography has been Raime, a London-based duo who draw on industrial, post-punk and goth, and have released two EPs with a third currently in the pipeline.
Raime will perform live at Basing House on the night, as will Cut Hands, the new project from UK experimental veteran William Bennett. Sandwell District's Regis, who recently released his first solo record in ten years through BEB, will DJ, in addition to sets from Blackest Ever Black and a secret guest.