Freedom To Spend Announces 'The Rimarimba Collection'

It's the singular New York-based label's first catalogue-wide deep-dive into the work of an individual artist.

Freedom To Spend Announces 'The Rimarimba Collection'

It's the singular New York-based label's first catalogue-wide deep-dive into the work of an individual artist.

Inimitable New York-based label Freedom To Spend has announced its first catalogue-wide deep-dive into an artist’s career. Focussing on four albums of UK-based Robert Cox’s playful project Rimarimba, it begins with 1983’s Below The Horizon, followed by 1984’s On Dry Land, 1985’s In The Woods, and finally, the once-imagined, now-realized assembly of 1988’s Light Metabolism Number Prague

The four-LP collection, as well as a reissue of each record individually, will be available from the following dates:

FTS005–FTS008
Limited 4x LP Collection Release Date: September 21, 2018

Below The Horizon (FTS005)
Release: October 5, 2018

On Dry Land (FTS006)
Release: January 8, 2019

In The Woods (FTS007)
Release: February 22, 2019

Light Metabolism Number Prague (FTS008)
Exclusive to Collection: September 21, 2018 

To accompany the release, inspired by Cox’s real-life events, director Matthew Smith reimagines the time in which Robert, after years of prolific creation, attempted to sell off his gear in pseudo-retirement (Cox is still creating music to this day) in the video for robert retires below:


View robert retires HERE.

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