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|2.||"The Workers Are On Strike" (7:13)|
|1.||"Why Don't You Make Your Bed" (5:55)|
|2.||"It's Not Worth The Bother" (1:59)|
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|1.||"Did You Hear The Owls Last Night" (3:52)|
|2.||"Yes But I Didn't Know They Were Owls" (2:47)|
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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