In 2011 Nils Frahm released a limited edition 7″ vinyl and digital download titled Juno. The two pieces on the record were captured live in a single night on an analogue synthesizer (which is where the EP got its name from), and since it was Peter Broderick‘s idea in the first place, the tracks were appropriately titled “For” and “Peter”. Those lucky enough to witness an unforgettable Nils Frahm performance will attest to his ability, audacity and authority of both, the piano and the synth, yet apply a distinct discipline to each instrument, which gives one a slightly different feel. The warmth of the synth chords develops smoother curves, reducing the waveform’s sharp edges, while still maintaining an unpredictable unfolding through a stream of voltage controlled oscillators inside its gorgeous dark-green circuitry. The same two pieces show up on this release again – titled Juno Reworked, these originals are accompanied by two remixes. We’ve got a Luke Abbott rework, which throws a few plopping rhythms, low rumbling undertones and sweeping cutoff filters into the mix. The track takes its time to develop only to finally blossom into that boards-of-canada-esque feel-good canter. Another remix comes courtesy of Clark (yes, the same Chris Clark from Warp Records). Known for his use of analogue gear, Clark drops in with a few of his staple production techniques, busy in the foreground with glitchy rhythms, and glowing in the background with pads. As with the original EP, this record is released by the beloved Erased Tapes, this time on a 12″ vinyl and digital download.