Editions Mego (Record label)
Editions Mego is a Vienna-based Austrian record label for electronic music, founded in 2006 by Peter Rehberg. It is the continuation of the insolvent record label Mego.
Editions Mego in Features
Music Column | posted 03.07.2016
Records Revisited
Fennesz – Endless Summer (2001)
Endless summers. Endless longing. 20 years ago, the Viennese short-circuit provocateur Christian Fennesz got on a surfboard. And has been riding the perfect wave ever since.
Editions Mego in Reviews
Music Review | posted 22.05.2014
Outer Space
Phantom Center EP
It’s quite easy totravel through the universe with Andrew Veres and John Elliott’s Outer Space project. »Phantom Center« is an interstellar trip.
Music Review | posted 28.04.2014
Fennesz
Bécs
After 13 years, Fennesz has returned to the label Editions Mego. His new record »Bécs« picks up the abstract pop of his earlier records.
Music Review | posted 17.04.2013
Locust
You'll Be Safe Forever
After his solo-kitsch-outbursts, Mark von Hoen has found his way out of the dull sugar icing and has turned to his alter ego Locust for the first time in 12 years.
Music Review | posted 03.01.2013
Emeralds
Just To Feel Anything
The Emeralds are still a tiny bit annoying. Not as much as they used to, though. On their tenth album, the trio also has wonderfully dreamy melodies to offer.
Music Review | posted 02.08.2012
Keith Fullerton Whitman
Occlusions
Keith Fullerton Whitman turns free and turns the space into an integral part of the recording of his two improvisations called »Occlusions«.
Music Review | posted 26.03.2012
Keith Fullertown Whitman
Generators
The two tracks on »Generator« were originally recorded live and then completed by Keith Fullertown Whitman on the basis of similar ground material.
Music Review | posted 07.02.2012
Mark Fell
Periodic Orbits Of A Dynamic System Related To A Knot
With his fourth release within a year already, Mark Fell presents an »almost-live-album« – a concept which doesn´t quite work.
Music Review | posted 04.11.2011
Mark McGuire
Get Lost
And what are the gods up to? They’re going and going on and on. In the case of Mark McGuire, this means they’re looping and layering and looping and layering.
Music Review | posted 30.09.2011
Bill Orcutt
How The Thing Sings
Bill Orcutt has fetched his battered guitar from the attic and tries to work out a version of post-modern blues. This record is a challenge worth a try.
Music Review | posted 20.06.2011
Mark McGuire
A Young Person's Guide To
Mark McGuire presents his first body of work: A Young Person’s Guide To combines 2 ½ hours of carefully selected solo-material from the years 2007-2010, the artist being only 24 years of age.
Music Review | posted 16.06.2011
Bruce Gilbert
This Way to The Shivering man
With the combination of experiment, arrangement, rhythm and pop-appeal, Bruce Gilbert created with This Way and The Shivering Man a musical certificate of the 80s.
Recent Articles
Music Review | posted 14.09.2021
Park Hye Jin
Before I Die
»Before I Die«, the debut of the South Korean musician Park Hye Jin, released on Ninja Tune, follows a sophisticated architecture.
Music News | posted 16.09.2021
Das Lunsentrio
Exclusive: »69 Arten Den Pubrock Zu Spielen«
The new album »69 Arten Den Pubrock Zu Spielen« by the Lunsentrio will be released on Tapete Records on October 22, 2021. Exclusively at HHV Records, the record will be available in a green vinyl edition.
Music News | posted 01.09.2021
Cid Rim
New album: »Songs Of Vienna«
Cid Rim announces his second album »Songs Of Vienna« for October 15, 2021 on LuckyMe. There he deals intensively with his hometown and can also be heard as a singer himself for the first time.
Music Portrait | posted 07.09.2021
Leslie Winer
The Unknown World Star
Björk, Grace Jones, Boy George and Sinéad O’Connor are among her admirers. William S. Burroughs was her mentor. Somehow, she also invented trip-hop. Yet Leslie Winer is known only to insiders today. That could change now.
Music Review | posted 12.09.2021
Tülay German & François Rabbath
Tülay German & François Rabbath
On the first of their two joint albums, Tülay German & Francois Rabbath explored Turkish folklore. The result from 1980 still sounds timeless today.