Blawan and Pariah have reunited for the first Karenn record in five years, 'Kind of Green'.
The UK techno heavyweights last put a track out under the pseudonym in 2014, via their Works The Long Nights label. This latest cut is a five-strong EP which comes on their new imprint, Voam, and is slated for vinyl and digital release on 13th April.
As both producers and audiences have opened up more and more cross-pollination between sounds in recent years, the possibilities for the album format have become endless in electronic music. And the results in 2018 have been pretty astounding.
From harrowing bass music, dissonant IDM, pulsing electro, engulfing jungle, bubbling ambient and beyond, the year has seen a raft of more esoteric works garner widespread acclaim.
Karenn have launched a live Voam sub-label, Voam Club Archive.
Voam Club Archive will feature cuts pulled from the pair's live sets during their touring in Europe, with 'Volume 1' featuring eight tracks, and four only being available on vinyl.
Karenn, the collaborative project of Blawan and Pariah, also dropped their first record in five years in April, while launching their own label Voam earlier this year.