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Merge Records (Record label)
Merge Records is a Durham-based record label, founded in 1989 by Laura Ballance and Mac McCaughan.
Merge Records in Reviews
Music − Review | posted 08.11.2013
Arcade Fire are trying to reinvent themselves. LCD Soundsystem’s James Murphy is helping them to do so by swapping their violins, accordions and hurdy-gurdys with synthesizers and effect units.
Music − Review | posted 13.07.2011
Dan Bejar and his Band Destroyer have created something great in the ninth attempt. Kaputt mixes Electro-Pop with WahWah-licks, soul-choires and disco-strings.
Music − News | posted 06.04.2021
Exclusive Edition: »Terrain«
»Terrain« is the name of the new album by the British jazz musicians Portico Quartet, announced for 28 May. A green vinyl edition will be available exclusively from HHV Records.
Music − List | posted 04.05.2021
10 All Time Favs
Since their debut »Jinx« in 2019, Crumb have been considered the next big thing in music . Now their new album »Ice Melt« is out. The perfect opportunity to ask them about 10 records that have shaped, improved and educated them.
Music − Review | posted 08.05.2021
Bennesbeh Labokra… Chou?
With the reissue to »Bennesbeh Labokra… Chou?« the French label WeWantSounds expands the view on the work of the Lebanese musician Ziad Rahbani.
Music − Interview | posted 27.04.2021
Sonic history lesson
»The American Negro« marks the beginning of a new chapter in Adrian Younge’s work. It is more frontal, more politically charged, and more self-assured. He wants to teach. We had the opportunity for an in-depth interview.
Music − List | posted 22.04.2021
10 All Time Favs
With his new album »Rare, Forever«, British producer Leon Vynehall continues the path he started with »Nothing Is Still« 3 years ago. Today he tells us 10 vinyl records that have shaped, improved and educated him.