Junior Electronics may be the experimental digital pop task of Brighton, England-based engineer/producer/multi-instrumentalist Joe Watson, who used the like-minded Imitation Electric powered Piano and Stereolab. Watson started using Stereolab in 2004 and managed engineering responsibilities for the band’s last releases, like the singles that became the compilation Fab Four Suture and their last recording, Chemical substance Chords. Watson’s personal tracks found a house on 2008’s Junior Consumer electronics EP, that was released by Stereolab’s label Duophonic and presented that group’s Laetitia Sadier and Simon Johns aswell as Imitation Electric powered Piano’s Mary Hampton. Watson also manufactured and combined albums from the Large Llamas and Monade and works his own studio room, flipflop. Musostics, an similarly playful and cerebral group of tracks that reunited Watson with Hampton, premiered on Bureau B Information in 2012.