Karen Gwyer Vinyl, CD & tapes by Karen Gwyer at Norman Records

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Karen Gwyer
Man on Mountain

Ok, I’ll hold my hands up - this particular Norman Records™ pen-pusher initially read it as ‘Karen Gwyer, Man On Wire’ and was a bit disappointed to discover that he was wrong. That one’s on me rather than Karen though, and once again the Berlin-based producer comes through with a set of mesmerising electronic productions here. Man On Mountain contains a couple of fast-paced Midwestern techno cuts that are balanced out by some more abstract drone works. This is Gwyer’s first release since 2017’s excellent Rembo LP, and like that album it’s coming out via Don’t Be Afraid (rRoxymore, Jayson Wynters).
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Johanna Knutsson / Karen Gwyer
Oscillate Tracks 003

Oscillate Tracks presents a split 12” EP featuring two of its artists, one present and one past. Taking a side and two tracks each, current roster star Johanna Knutsson and former artist Karen Dwyer use Oscillate Tracks 003 to construct beautiful soundscapes of minimalist techno and ambient music. 
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Karen Gwyer
Rembo

Fabulously creative spins on techno music from Karen Gwyer, back at last with a whole new full-length LP. Eight tracks, generally developed through going-with-the-flow in live performance, whip up a frenzy of pulsing rhythms, nodding to Detroit and weirder underground scenes alike. Rembo is out on Don’t Be Afraid.
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Karen Gwyer
Rembo Remixes

After her debut album blew the competition out of the water, Karen Gwyer gets the remix treatment from an assortment of sonic travellers with the same spit and sawdust approach to machine manipulation. Ron Morelli sounds especially ferocious on his version of “He’s Been Teaching Me How To Drive”, while E. Myers pings Chicago jack into a frenetic retro future while duffing up "It's Not Worth The Bother".
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Karen Gwyer / Raven Cru / Dukwa / Lily
DBA024.5

This 4-track multi-artist 12” on Don’t Be Afraid is a great selection, with label favourite Lily on one end and a first ever appearance on record from Raven Kru on the other. However, the pick of the crop might just have to be Karen Gwyer, whose enveloping techno sound-universe swirls pleasingly around the listener / dancer.

Karen Gwyer
Kiki The Wormhole

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Beatrice Dillon / Karen Gwyer
Beatrice Dillon / Karen Gwyer

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Hookworms with Richard Formby, Container, Karen Gwyer
@ Headrow House, Leeds (Saturday 17th October)

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Karen Gwyer
Bouloman

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Karen Gwyer
New Roof EP

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Torn Hawk & Karen Gwyer
Cowboys (For Karen)

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