Last year saw an impressive haul of music from Peter Rehberg’s Editions Mego label, which released two of the standout electronic releases with Oneohtrix Point Never’s Returnal and Emeralds’ Does It Look Like I’m Here? Now, Rehberg has announced plan for a spin-off label from Mego, named Spectrum Spools.
According to a report by Fact magazine, the label will focus on “current, past and future electronic music works of the highest quality,” which kind of sounds like what Mego is doing already, but we’ll no doubt get a better idea of the Spectrum Spools imprint as the year goes by.
First up are two releases on the label, the first of which is A Sort of Radiance by Fabric, which is the work of Chicago based Matthew Mullane. The second is Bee Mask’s Canzoni dal Laboratorio del Silenzio Cosmico, which is a reissue of a recording that came out on Gift Tapes in 2010, and is essentially the solo work of Chris Madak.
Head over to the Editions Mego site to pre-order the records now.
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