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|1.||"Keisa Kizzy Kinte" (9:55)|
|1.||"Brunch Music" (8:47)|
|2.||"Shit List With Kid" (7:24)|
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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