Rimarimba | In The Woods

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  1. A1 - Spafft Moutafft Seeall + California 4:36
  2. A2 - In The Can 0:34
  3. A3 - Firedance 0:09
  4. A4 - Bamboo Link 2:59
  5. A5 - Couldn't Top The Demo 0:47
  6. A6 - California + Saxes 2:38
  7. A7 - Clearview 2:11
  8. A8 - California + Bell 3:25
  9. A9 - Gone To Hell In An Even Smaller Bucket 3:12
  10. A10 - xit 1:16
  11. A11 - He's A Good Lad 2:38
  12. B1 - Pacific 3:12
  13. B2 - From 6 To 13 2:26
  14. B3 - California + Guitars 1:03
  15. B4 - Fitall Wall 1:56
  16. B5 - Gone To Hell In The Smallest Bucket Of All 4:39
  17. B6 - Few Parameters 1:11
  18. B7 - Bamboo Duck 4:51

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A playful walk in the forest.

about the record

Somewhere out there around the turn of the 1980s, to the left of the post-punk crew, to the right of the minimalists, and surfacing with a friendlier face than the dour industrialists of the time – there existed, seemingly unbidden, an entire, networked, tape-trading community; a community that crossed continents and oceans, that relied on the postal service to do its bidding; a community full of humble visionaries and lost, misunderstood, or just plain ignored home steeped genius.

Rimarimba was the project of Robert Cox, based in Felixstowe, on the seaside in Suffolk, UK. Rimarimba was not Cox’s first entry into the world of recorded music, but was the first time he explored, most perceptively, the parameters of a particular musical mode: one where minimalism is removed from its “highart” mantle, Cox inveigling its practices in amongst the do-it-yourself creativity of a burgeoning and beguiling underground, letting the music breathe – and most importantly, letting it play, gifting it with imagination.”

Weight 0.3 kg
Dimensions 33 × 33 × 0.5 cm

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