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Pita

Get In by Pita

Release Date: May 13, 2016
Record label: Editions Mego
Genre(s): Electronic, Classical, Experimental Ambient, Experimental Electronic, Glitch, Microsound

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Get In - Very Good, Based on 3 Critics

Resident Advisor - 76
Based on rating 3.8/5
76

Between 1999 and 2004, Pita (AKA Editions Mego boss Peter Rehberg) made three albums—Get Out, Get Down and Get Off—that still sound fresh. By slicing and rearranging a multitude of noises and textures, Rehberg made busy compositions that were unpredictable yet rock solid. There was wry humor in his kitchen-sink variety, but every track had real weight.

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Pitchfork - 72
Based on rating 7.2/10
72

Though he’s been making music since the mid-’90s, Peter Rehberg is still a bit of a cult figure. It’s not too hard to understand why. A pioneer of laptop-based music that was at turns abrasive and sublime, the Austrian producer’s early records could be a bit intimidating, even alongside the work of experimental-minded peers like Jim O’Rourke, Fennesz, and Kevin Drumm.

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AllMusic - 70
Based on rating 7/10
70

Not counting a few limited releases and collaborations, Get In is Edition Mego founder Peter Rehberg's first proper album as Pita in over a decade. The album is notably less harsh than previous Pita releases, going for more of a cosmic ambient space than Rehberg is typically known for. Many of the tracks here drift weightlessly, but they do progress, and they aren't without an element of surprise.

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