Posts Tagged: Editions Mego

ACL 2015: The Year’s Best Album Covers

Album art can draw listeners to music, or push them away.  The best album art enhances the overall presentation, while the worst detracts from it.  In some cases, we’ve reviewed albums because of the art, while in others we’ve declined.

ACL 2015: The Year’s Best Album Covers

Album art can draw listeners to music, or push them away.  The best album art enhances the overall presentation, while the worst detracts from it.  In some cases, we’ve reviewed albums because of the art, while in others we’ve declined.

ACL 2015: Music for Haunted Houses

Why are we publishing our first year-end list two months early?  The answer should be obvious: it’s Halloween week!  This follow-up to last year’s Music for Haunted Houses feature covers the best haunted house music released this year.  Now prepare to be scared!

ACL 2015: Music for Haunted Houses

Why are we publishing our first year-end list two months early?  The answer should be obvious: it’s Halloween week!  This follow-up to last year’s Music for Haunted Houses feature covers the best haunted house music released this year.  Now prepare to be scared!

Electronic Observations 2015 #4

AKA The first annual quarterly review. This is the initial wave of catch up reviews for 2015. There will be more to come and hopefully over the next six months I’ll be a bit more on the pulse. (Jeremy Bye)

Electronic Observations 2015 #4

AKA The first annual quarterly review. This is the initial wave of catch up reviews for 2015. There will be more to come and hopefully over the next six months I’ll be a bit more on the pulse. (Jeremy Bye)

When ~ The Black Death

The LP release of When‘s The Black Death has taken 23 years to arrive ~ enough for a generation to pass.  Many alive today have never heard of it, although it’s become a revered work in black metal circles (especially with Burzum).  But it’s

When ~ The Black Death

The LP release of When‘s The Black Death has taken 23 years to arrive ~ enough for a generation to pass.  Many alive today have never heard of it, although it’s become a revered work in black metal circles (especially with Burzum).  But it’s

Beatriz Ferreyra ~ GRM Works

GRM Works, by France-based Argentinian composer Beatriz Ferreyra, is perhaps a key new entry in the wonderful Recollection GRM series by Editions Mego, which represents an important documentary move towards producing a new set of archival materials of one of

Beatriz Ferreyra ~ GRM Works

GRM Works, by France-based Argentinian composer Beatriz Ferreyra, is perhaps a key new entry in the wonderful Recollection GRM series by Editions Mego, which represents an important documentary move towards producing a new set of archival materials of one of

Anna Caragnano & Donato Dozzy ~ Sintetizzatrice

Ambient in nature, yet stemming from an electronic background, Sintetizzatrice is a departure for Donato Dozzy and a wonderful debut for Anna Caragnano. The album’s title is the Italian feminine for “synthesizer”, but in this case it’s more of a synthesis.  Donato Dozzy layers and

Anna Caragnano & Donato Dozzy ~ Sintetizzatrice

Ambient in nature, yet stemming from an electronic background, Sintetizzatrice is a departure for Donato Dozzy and a wonderful debut for Anna Caragnano. The album’s title is the Italian feminine for “synthesizer”, but in this case it’s more of a synthesis.  Donato Dozzy layers and

ACL 2014: Top Ten Electronic

Electronic music isn’t just for dancing, although there’s plenty of dance music included in our year-end list.  The list also includes childlike lullabies, dense sonic fuzz, and smooth, languid excursions.  The eclectic selection below represents a cross-section of our tastes.

ACL 2014: Top Ten Electronic

Electronic music isn’t just for dancing, although there’s plenty of dance music included in our year-end list.  The list also includes childlike lullabies, dense sonic fuzz, and smooth, languid excursions.  The eclectic selection below represents a cross-section of our tastes.