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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 Reviews
Music − Review | posted 22.05.2014
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
A Young Person's Guide To
Mark McGuire presents his first body of work: A Young Person’s Guide To combines 2 Â½ 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
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.
Music − Column | posted 11.05.2021
Grace Jones – Nightclubbing, 1981
Nightlife for androids: On »Nightclubbing«, along with one of the world’s leading rhythm sections, Grace Jones made sure that reggae and new wave would develop a new life of its own in 80’s pop.
Music − Portrait | posted 12.05.2021
The Past, Re-presented
Volga Çoban’s Arsivplak label and Arşivplak edit project are two sides of the same coin: his approach to Turkish funk, disco, pop, rock and jazz is archival on the one hand and strives to shed a new light on old sounds on the other.
Music − Review | posted 07.05.2021
With »Balearische Bibliothek« Niklas Wandt once again creates music in which nature and civilization meet on equal ground.
Music − Review | posted 07.05.2021
With »Play« the label Knekelhuis releases nine tracks from the eighties of the Dutch band Electric Party.
Music − News | posted 22.04.2021
Reissue: »Feed Me Weird Things«
»Feed Me Weird Things,« Squarepusher’s debut released 25 years ago on Rephlex, will be reissued in an expanded edition on Warp Records on June 4, 2021.