The four new releases will come out over the next two weeks.
Coming out on September 13th through Open Hand Real Flames, the latest release from Rotterdam-based producer Ralph Cumbers is called Hard Lessons Hardly Learned / Holy Days Wholly Dazed. It comprises two lengthy tracks and is meant as a follow up to Cumbers' 2018 album (minimum wage)(zero hours)(infinite forest), which was also made of up extended tracks.
Cumbers also announced that he acquired the rights to his first two albums, 2007's A Smile Is A Curve That Straightens Most Things and 2009's May The Bridges I Burn Light The Way, both of which were originally released on Blank Tapes and hew closer to dubstep. He'll reissue both on his other label Magic + Dreams, along with a new compilation called Zamyatin Renumbered, which features tracks that were originally released on two-12 inches as well as an unmastered digital-only compilation. The two albums will remain as they were first released, while the music on Zamyatin Renumbered was remastered by Joe Caithness for what Cumbers calls a "super bass-heavy and brutal" sound. All three will come out on September 20th.
Hard Lessons Hardly Learned / Holy Days Wholly Dazed
01. Holy Days Wholly Dazed
02. Hard Lessons Hardly Learned
02. Get On The A10 And Drive And Drive
03. One Hundred Point Three
04. Yevgeny's Letter To Stalin
05. Eight Zero Eight (Zamyatin Master)
06. Ballad Of The Broken 606
07. Bittersweet All Over The Place
08. Stokes Croft 3AM
09. Three Dots
Open Hand Real Flames will release Hard Lessons Hardly Learned / Holy Days Wholly Dazed on September 13th, 2019, and Magic + Dreams will release Zamyatin Renumbered, May The Bridges I Burn Light The Way and A Smile Is A Curve That Straightens Most Things on September 20th, 2019.