Electronic experimenter unveils her New Roof.
Billed as “more mechanistic and weighty” than that album, the techno-focused ‘New Roof’ comprises three tracks, two of which – ‘Lay Claim To My Grub’ and the awkwardly titled ‘Missisissipippi’ – top out at over 16 minutes each. The former sees Gwyer in proper combat mode, laying slabs of synth over choppy, stuttering drums, while the latter is a moodier, darker cut. Sandwiched in between is the organ-based interlude ‘Nail Bars of the Apocalypse’ – another great title.
Stream the EP below courtesy of Dummy.
Also worth checking out is Brooklyn audio-visual artist Torn Hawk’s “suite of deformations” based on Needs Continuum, which he titled Cowboys (For Karen).