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WIN! Blackest Ever Black Vinyl & Tickets
The Quietus , October 5th, 2012 07:16

Win a haul of records from London label, plus a pair of tickets for their night at Corsica Studios next week

As we've previously reported, London label Blackest Ever Black are hosting a label night at Corsica Studios, next Saturday October 13th. It features an impressive array of artists, both from the label and beyond: Cut Hands, Vatican Shadow, Source Direct, Young Hunting, Slimzee, Black Rain, Bruce Gilbert as DJ Beekeeper, Concrete Fence (Russell Haswell and a mystery guest), Bill Kouligas, Raime (DJing), Powell and more. More details and tickets are available here.

In advance of the night, the label have offered us a veritable heap of BEB memorabilia - first pressing copies of every vinyl release the label has released in 2012, including the upcoming Raime album, plus a pair of tickets to the Corsica night - to give away to one lucky Quietus reader. The full list of records up for grabs is below...

Black Rain - Now I'm Just A Number: Soundtracks 1994-95
Vatican Shadow - Iraqi Praetorian Guard 12"
Pete Swanson / Moin - 'Positive' / 'Elsie' 7"
Gareth Williams & Mary Currie - Flaming Tunes
Cut Hands - Black Mamba 12"
Ike Yard - Regis / Monoton Versions 12"
Raime - Quarter Turns Over A Living Line 2x12"

For a chance to win, all you have to do is email your answer to the question below to, with BLACKEST in the subject line (please do not post answers in the comments section below). The competition closes at 6pm next Tuesday 9th, October. To read the Quietus Competition terms & conditions, click here.

Q. Blackest Ever Black recently reissued a soundtrack that Black Rain composed for a motion picture. What was the name of the film?

A. A Weekend At Bernie's
B. Driving Miss Daisy
C. The Remains Of The Day
D. Johnny Mnemonic

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