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Beatrice Dillon/Karen Gwyer (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: AJ 004. Rel: 09 Jun 16
Techno
  1. Beatrice Dillon - "Curl" (4:57)
  2. Karen Gwyer - "Common Soundproofing Myths" (13:19)
Review: The latest 12" on Chloe Frieda's crucial Alien Jams label showcases two of the most talented women in electronic music, Beatrice Dillon and Karen Gwyer. The former kicks things off with "Curl", an undulating, analogue-rich IDM track built around rubbery beats, rising and falling electronics, and serious phasing effects. On the flip, Gwyer gets moody on the superbly-named "Common Soundproofing Myths". With its restless drum machine rhythm, cascading acid lines, unsettling pads and dystopian field recordings, the track sounds like it was written for the end of days. Still, if the apocalypse is coming, you may as well be dancing.
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out of stock $8.35
Cat: NPIP 032LP. Rel: 05 Mar 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Sugar Tots
  2. Lentil
  3. Pikku-Kokki
  4. Night Nails
  5. Some Of My Favourite Lotions
  6. Trapezoidal Weekly
  7. Waukon
  8. Jajja Uses Ancestral Spirits
  9. Part B
Review: Karen Gwyer returns to No Pain In Pop after a stunning addition to their last and downright brilliant mini compilation. The girl sure got game and we've been excited about her first full-length release after a stunning cassette excursion on London's low-fi Kaleidoscope label. Gwyer's music spans a multitude of musical facets and moods, starting with the opener "Sugar Tots", where dubbed-out kick drums go head to head with aqueous synths and a hypnotising percussive arrangement. There isn't a bad tune in sight here and even the sparse soundscapes of tracks like "Lentil" are consistently engulfed by a warm and human-like approach by our new favourite girl here at Juno HQ. It's filled with stand-out pieces such as "Night Nails" - a track that has one of the most bizarre drum beats we've heard in a long time, the charming bass tones of "Some Of My Favorite Lotions"; and, well...all of it, really.
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out of stock $14.68
Cat: NPIP 032CD. Rel: 22 Feb 13
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Sugar Tots
  2. Lentil
  3. Pikku-Kokki
  4. Night Nails
  5. Some Of My Favourite Lotions
  6. Trapezoidal Weekly
  7. Waukon
  8. Jajja Uses Ancestral Spirits
  9. Part B
Review: Karen Gwyer returns to No Pain In Pop after a stunning addition to their last and downright brilliant mini compilation. The girl sure got game and we've been excited about her first full-length release after a stunning cassette excursion on London's low-fi Kaleidoscope label. Gwyer's music spans a multitude of musical facets and moods, starting with the opener "Sugar Tots", where dubbed-out kick drums go head to head with aqueous synths and a hypnotising percussive arrangement. There isn't a bad tune in sight here and even the sparse soundscapes of tracks like "Lentil" are consistently engulfed by a warm and human-like approach by our new favourite girl here at Juno HQ. It's filled with stand-out pieces such as "Night Nails" - a track that has one of the most bizarre drum beats we've heard in a long time, the charming bass tones of "Some Of My Favorite Lotions"; and, well...all of it, really.
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out of stock $12.40
New Roof EP (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: NPIP 041. Rel: 19 Feb 14
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Lay Claim To My Grub
  2. Nail Bars Of The Apocalypse
  3. Missisissipippi
Review: One of the earliest graduates of patten's Limited Dubs tape experiment series, the Ann Arbor-born Karen Gwyer served up a fine debut album last year in the shape of Needs Continuum. Issued on No Pain In Pop in February, the nine track slow burner proved to be one of last year's most poignantly compelling long players. Having opened up material from her album for some mind-bending Torn Hawk remixes on No Pain In Pop over the summer, Gwyer now returns to the label with the three-track New Roof. Described as a "more mechanistic and weighty" than her debut album, it finds her further embracing hardware driven techno in her typically plasmoid character, with B-side track "Missisissipippi" providing an enjoyably lurching 17 minute epic. It's not clear whether Gwyer was moved to title the release as such after some much needed roofing work was done to her home, but we'd like to think that was the case.
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out of stock $7.85
Bouloman (12")
Cat: US 008. Rel: 22 Jul 15
Techno
  1. Keisa Kizzy Kinte (9:55)
  2. Brunch Music (8:47)
  3. Shit List With Kid (7:24)
Review: London-based Michigan exile Karen Gwyer has been going about her business since 2012, delivering a range of experimental albums, 12"s and tapes for No Pain In Pop, Opal Tapes and Kaleidoscope. On this 12", she transfers to Nous, predictably delivering more robust, floor-friendly fare. A-side "Keisa Kizzy Kinite" is undeniably impressive, and combines loose, repetitive, alien-sounding synthesizer lines with ragged acid lines and the kind of oddball groove that sits somewhere between leftfield analogue house and mid tempo industrial techno. The Acrtress-ish "Brunch Music" is more overtly abrasive in a techno sense, while closer "Shit List With Kid" (a fantastic title, without doubt) tips a sly wink to Underground Resistance, Drexciya and early '90s British ambient house.
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out of stock $7.59
Rembo (2xLP)
Cat: DBALP 003. Rel: 26 Feb 18
Techno
  1. Why Is There A Long Line In Front Of The Factory (3:43)
  2. The Workers Are On Strike (7:13)
  3. Why Don't You Make Your Bed (5:55)
  4. It's Not Worth The Bother (1:59)
  5. Why Does Your Father Look So Nervous (5:47)
  6. He's Been Teaching Me To Drive (7:53)
  7. Did You Hear The Owls Last Night (3:52)
  8. Yes But I Didn't Know They Were Owls (2:47)
Review: Given her rising reputation in recent years, it's something of a surprise to find that Rembo is Karen Gwyer's first full-length excursion since 2013's Kiki The Wormhole on Opal Tapes. While that latter set was impressive, Rembi is arguably even better. For starters, Gwyer refuses to settle on one groove, following a glistening ambient opener with a fuzzy, IDM-influenced chunk of left-of-centre dancefloor techno, which in turn makes way for a beat-less slab of hazy synthesizer positivity. It's a pattern that continues throughout, as the talent American producer delivers bustling, redlined techno jams laden with dirt-encrusted synthesizer motifs, spacey IDM club tracks and picturesque electronic soundscapes that sidestep easy categorization.
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 in stock $16.45
Cat: DBA 042. Rel: 11 Jul 19
Techno
  1. Faces On Ankles (7:35)
  2. Ian On Fire (5:19)
  3. Cherries On Shoulders (7:13)
  4. Ribbon On Neck (6:15)
Gespielt von: MUSAR Recordings
 in stock $9.10
Cat: DBA 026. Rel: 08 Sep 16
Techno
  1. Prophase Metaphase Anaphase Telophase (9:06)
  2. And Again Those Eyes (0:54)
  3. Meiosis Gametes (6:36)
Review: London-based electronic artist Karen Gwyer has kept on impressing us over the last four years. With releases for labels like No Pain In Pop, Kaleidoscope, and Nous, Semtek's Don't Be Afraid seems like a natural fit to her improvisational take on techno. "Prophase Metaphase Anaphase Telophase" is a stunner, a nine minute techno journey thats spans the whole length of the A-side with its loose, aqueous groove barely held in place by raw, analog drum programming. On the flip, "And Again Those Eyes" sees the artist return to more familiar territories thanks to a broken sway of beats and melodics, whereas "Meiosis Gametes" is a harsh, menacing techno swing with an electrifying buzz running through its groove. Solid, as per usual. This material comes hotly recommended.
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out of stock $7.34
Cat: DBALP 003R. Rel: 01 Feb 18
Techno
  1. The Workers Are On Strike (Via App remix) (5:32)
  2. He's Been Teaching Me To Drive (Ron Morelli remix) (5:54)
  3. It's Not Worth The Bother (E Myers remix) (5:22)
  4. Why Does Your Father Look So Nervous (MR remix) (7:45)
Review: London's Karen Gwyer, who has been spotted on the streets of Kreuzberg these days, has been an important member of Semtek's Don't Be Afraid imprint over the last few years, and we can safely say that her mini LP, the wonderful Rembo, was one of 2017's shining highlights. Unsurprisingly, it's up for the remix duties, and our Bristol brother has put together a fine collection of producers to rework and rewire Gwyer's blissful techno sounds. Newcomer Via App detunes "The Workers Are On Strike" into a bubbling, ultra off-kilter mantra of deranged electronics, while LIES stalwart Ron Morelli pushes through some techno lashings on his remix of "He's Been Teaching Me To Drive". Over on side B, E Myers' version of "It's Not Worth The Bother" offers a wacky selection house chords accompanied by a fast techno groove, and MR's take on "Why Does Your Father Look So Nervous" indulges in the deeper, darker, more ethereal side of techno. A lovely affair.
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out of stock $9.87
Dba0245 (12")
Cat: DBA 0245. Rel: 19 May 16
Techno
  1. Karen Gwyer - "Mom Did It On The Plane" (6:17)
  2. Raven Cru - "Peeches" (4:26)
  3. Dukwa - "Sixty Five" (6:08)
  4. Lily - "Empire Never Ended" (DBA version) (5:58)
Review: Don't Be Afraid's irregular split series returns with a veritable humdinger of a 12" featuring cuts from Karen Gwyer, Raven Cru, Dukwa and Lily. We are also happy to see some new Karen Gwyer material and the Ann Arbor native is on devilish form with the malfunctioning techno thrust of the superbly-titled "Mom Did It On The Plane". There is no clue as to the identity of Raven Cru, but this production unit switch up the mood brilliantly with the busted, bleep down of "Peeches" which sounds like jungle with the drums removed. Herva's mate Dukwa breaks his DBA duck in fine style with the unpredictable raw house twists of "Sixty Five" leaving No Corner murkist Lily to end the 12" on a high with the delicious electronic abstraction of "Empire Never Ended (DBA version)."
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out of stock $6.58
Cat: OSCT 003. Rel: 15 Aug 19
Techno
  1. Johanna Knutsson - "Hassel" (5:13)
  2. Johanna Knutsson - "Lysmossa" (7:00)
  3. Karen Gwyer - "The Way You Drive" (7:17)
  4. Karen Gwyer - "Caught You" (5:58)
 in stock $10.88
Cowboys (For Karen) (limited hand-stamped 12")
Cat: NPIP 036. Rel: 18 Jul 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Gauze (Spread)
  2. Cowboys
  3. Grace Scrawl
  4. Oak & Sludge
  5. Gauze (Sped)
out of stock $7.85
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