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7/10 Clinton Staff review, 23 May 2014
In the office the lads are pumping out Wu Tang. I'm in the naughty corner trying to make sense of a series of drones. This lot are from Spain, there are two of them and the opener is a shifting patterns of overlapping grainy drones. My ears have pricked up by track two which presents some fluttering beats and an insidious drift. The music is subtly shifting and cinematic, sometimes reminding me a little of this years marvellous A New Line (Related) album. Its less 'nice' though and certainly less organic. You can hear the dub techno influences throughout but the duo are using modular synths to make a fluttering ever changing landscape.
As the album goes on it drifts more into industrial techno territory, culminating in some massive doomy synths and an outbreak of machine-like beats before the final Voigt-like composition ensures the album drifts to a soothing conclusion.
8/10 Lady Jess Customer review, 15th May 2015
I found this album through the EP of remixes and I have to say this original LP is even better.
I like how they play with these dark atmospheres as an ambient track but always joining it with rhythms and delicate voices at the same time. so beautiful adamas and titan
Very surprised with it. It sounds like a kind of deep techno and dub but more fresh and with more light.
Curious to see what will do this girls on the future. very promising!!!
We need more women make music, they offer another interesting point of view.
9/10 Mark T. Customer review, 20th May 2014
Mego always surprises me.
I really like this new band. Sometines the album's dark and sometines is plenty of light. Dancing in the deep forest of the sound to give us hope and curiosity about it.
Mego never lets down.
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