After releasing Nils Frahm’s two-track solo synthesiser Juno EP in a highly sought after 7” edition, Erased Tapes now re-releases the original Juno tracks with guest reworks by Border Community’s modular synth wizard Luke Abbott and Warp veteran Clark. Both known for their like-minded use of analogue synthesisers in their music, it makes them the perfect artists to rework the originals.
Similar to Frahm’s online project Screws Reworked, where he invited fans to download his solo piano songs to reinterpret them with their own medium of choice, it’s far from being the typical remix EP. Aptly titled Juno Reworked, it will be released in North America in the form of a limited 12″ Vinyl and Download on August 6th.
A full stream of all four tracks is now available to embed and hear via Soundcloud for a limited time only. Fans can pre-order the EP here and still participate in Nils’s Screws Reworked project here.
Dedicated to his dear friend Peter Broderick, the Juno tracks carry the titles For and Peter and were recorded and mixed by Nils Frahm in his Durton Studio in Berlin.
TRACK LISTING: A1: FOR (Luke Abbott Rework) A2: FOR B1: PETER (Clark Remix) B2: PETER
25.09. SEATTLE (US) – Decibel Festival 2013
‘Early Aphex Twin-style ambient liquidity’ – Record Collector
‘Leaving the crowd breathless with exhilaration’ (9/10) Boiler Room Live Review – Exclaim!
‘If MUTEK gave out a Most Valuable Player award for 2013, it very likely would have gone to Frahm’