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Burial - Rival Dealer download
  • Performer Burial
  • Title Rival Dealer
  • Date of release 16 Dec 2013
  • Country Europe
  • Style UK Garage, Ambient, Abstract, Broken Beat
  • Label Hyperdub
  • Catalog number HDB080
  • Other formats Vinyl, 12", EP, 33 ⅓ RPM
  • Genre Electronic
  • Size MP3 2835 mb
  • Size FLAC 1121 mb
  • Rating: 4.0
  • Votes: 756

Tracklist

1Hiders4:44
2Come Down To Us13:08
3Rival Dealer10:47

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
BRE-47Burial Rival Dealer ‎(CD, EP)Beat RecordsBRE-47Japan2013
HDB080Burial Rival Dealer ‎(3xFile, WAV, EP)HyperdubHDB080UK2013
HDB080CDBurial Rival Dealer ‎(CD, EP)HyperdubHDB080CDUK & Europe2013
HDB080Burial Rival Dealer ‎(3xFile, FLAC, EP)HyperdubHDB080UK2013
HDB080Burial Rival Dealer ‎(3xFile, MP3, EP, 320)HyperdubHDB080UK2013

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Text): 5 055300 373618
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, hand-etched): BD27479-01 A1 HDB080A TRANSITION
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, hand-etched): BD27479-01 B1 HDB080B TRANSITION

Companies

  • Mastered At – Transition Mastering Studios
  • Pressed By – Optimal Media GmbH – BD27479

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Talk about Burial - Rival Dealer


Arakus
The more I listen to it, the more I like it.Hopefully music is not about execution only, either you feel it, either you do not :-)"this is not about sexuality / execution, this is about who you are / what you feel when you listen to it" :-)
Wenes
"Come down to us " Is the most emotional, inventive and clever pieces of music I've heard in a very long time.I've been listening to Ambient/breaks/leftfield/hip hop for about 25 years, but this blew my mind.
Dream
I totally agree, "Come down to us" is an emotional masterpiece...
Drelahuginn
I really did not dig this release on first listen, I have to admit mainly because it doesn't go anywhere near the prototypical Burial sound of old, and it just seems extremely self indulgent. After several listens tho, I do like how crazy this release is. It keeps me guessing throughout the tracks, which is something I love. I kinda wish he had split it into more tracks, but I guess themes run throughout, so it doesn't matter. Just kinda hard to remember what all the parts sound like. My summary would be weird release, very cool listen, but it just doesn't resonate with me as much as the first two albums. Maybe I'll feel differently in a few years looking back at it.
Huston
I thought this was a really good release. Very different. The vocals are just so on point, much like Burials other songs!
Akta
Nice EP, just not a big fan of 'Come Down To Us', I think the 'there is something out there' sample (also used in Loner at the beginning) is a bit misplaced. Hiders on the other hand is breathtaking, especially when the disco beat kicks in. And Rival Dealer surprised me, Burial's take on d'n'b? Sounds pretty awesome though!
Gietadia
At first blush I hated this release, but days after hearing it I found myself recalling some of the samples and melodies and getting them stuck in my head. I would give this EP a chance and be careful not dismiss it too quickly. Although it does have some issues being a little sloppy, unfocused and really cheesy in some areas, I found it be curiously affecting and even endearing. His motives for making this, whatever they were, might have been misguided but it nevertheless packs an undeniable emotional punch well on par with his other works.
Ieregr
listened to and loved burial since the start, and this work is exquisite.i can only quote poet laureate, stanley kunitz: "live in the layers, not on the litter"
Nenayally
Just didn't care for it. It felt too unfocused and lost a lot of the touch of his other works. Throw in social justice "I'm gay (trans in this case) and that's okay shut up you fucking republicans" messages and this is Rival Dealer.
Prince Persie
A questionably contradictory and inconsiderate reaction, considering that all of Burial's releases compose of emotion.
Shalinrad
You missed the point completely.
Arryar
Rival Dealer is definitely a step away from his other works, fast paced and almost feeling panicked in a cinematic sense. I like it, and it has the Burial formula to it, but a completely different sound.Hiders is absolutely addictive in its melody and emotional feeling, as if it had came out of a cheesy 80s flick and recycled itself to modern sounds, it brings me visions of the city.Come Down To Us has the same feeling as Hiders, and makes me think of a cinematic leitmotif, somehow making me think of Blade Runner in the track's absolute intimate nature.Absolutely loving this entire release, even as a long-time Burial fan.
Wanenai
An interesting, divisive release. I like where he's taking his music. This still sounds very much like Burial - haunted and desolate. Just listen closely.
SiIеnt
Wow, look at all these Burial essays!For all those vocally opposed to this release, I think Mr. Bevan preemptively addresses that with his title track (“this is who I am”). Can we just discuss for a moment how much this EP delves into social identities and self-affirmation? This could be Burial's most intimate and far-reaching release yet; I was completely amazed when I heard the sound bytes. As other commenters have noted, this has potential to resonate with many loyal and new fans because it is such a refreshing, experimental, genuine expression of creative talent when juxtaposed against the “soulless” hegemony of today's mainstream.
Malodor
Inclined to reply that an English literature graduate of all people should have been capable of more thorough reflection...
Thomeena
aaroninky All of that socio-political commentary adds nothing to the music. It's extraneous. Music isn't supposed to be didactic or to get on a soapbox. It's dance music - electronic music - whatever you want to call it; it's not a lecture series. The people who talk about the music's 'thematics' (as if a few pithy, 5-second samples constitutes a 'social commentary' by dint of its inclusion...) are just ultimately misdirecting attention away from the music. And it's the music that matters. Personally I don't see how the corny drums and samples on the B-side connects to this so-called 'comment' about social identity or gender-politics or whatever - it just sounds bad. So for that reason this is the first Burial release I'm giving a miss. Just, just go away. lol
Survivors
All of that socio-political commentary adds nothing to the music. It's extraneous. Music isn't supposed to be didactic or to get on a soapbox. It's dance music - electronic music - whatever you want to call it; it's not a lecture series. The people who talk about the music's 'thematics' (as if a few pithy, 5-second samples constitutes a 'social commentary' by dint of its inclusion...) are just ultimately misdirecting attention away from the music. And it's the music that matters. Personally I don't see how the corny drums and samples on the B-side connects to this so-called 'comment' about social identity or gender-politics or whatever - it just sounds bad. So for that reason this is the first Burial release I'm giving a miss.
Gaxaisvem
This is the only Burial release I'm not feeling at all. "Rival Dealer" has too many layers of sound and feels overall messed up, it feels forced. "Come Down To Us" is just all wrong, not for me at all. I don't understand where he's going with this release, don't get me wrong, I'm very much positive to change, but this is the wrong direction. 2/5 from me.
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IWantYou
I've always found Burial a bit cheesy. Side B on here reaches a level I cannot handle, it's too much.