Release date: 04/28/2005
Genre: Ambient, Shoegaze, Space Rock
Darla Records is proud to offer an early recordings compilation featuring the infamous The Dual Group EP, singles, and compilation only tracks plus three previously unreleased tracks.
Regions Less Parallel is a chronological retrospective of Auburn Lull's non-LP work, from the mid-nineties to present. Previously unreleased material intersperses with such rarities as The Dual Group EP tracks, singles, and various compilation appearances. Ranging from delicate minimalism to moments of beautifully saturated ferocity, Regions Less Parallel invites the listener to follow the pathways and directions taken by the band as they’ve experimented, matured, and changed over this particular period of time.
Liner notes include complete information for each track including recording date, location, method, and personnel; plus the original release information.
Produced by Andrew Prinz at The Simultaneous Workshop. Mastered by Kevin Bartley at Capitol Mastering, Hollywood. Cover artwork by Andrew Prinz.
2. Astor Heaven
4. June Tide
7. A Harbored Distance
8. North Territorial
9. Van Der Graff
11. Rural Divide
12. Steady Lights.
* = Previously unreleased.
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