Sigma Editions

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Sigma Editions is an independent record label founded in 1998 by Rosy Parlane and Dion Workman (both ex-members of Thela). It specializes in electronic music and experimental music.


The label began in Melbourne, Australia, relocated to Rotterdam, Netherlands in 1999, then to London, United Kingdom in 2000. The label is based in New York City. The name is a reference to Alexander Trocchi's plan for a utopian artist colony.[citation needed]


Artists who have released material on Sigma Editions include Parmentier, Rosy Parlane, Dion Workman, Minit, David Haines,[citation needed] Julien Ottavi, Vladislav Delay, and Joyce Hinterding.

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