A Lull release “Meat Mountain” today, 6/26

Chicago’s A Lull rides the line between electronic and organic, and the quintet’s newest release is no exception. The new EP, released today on Lujo Records, still manages to distinguish itself from the group’s previous efforts.

The five tracks on “Meat Mountain” offer experimentation in both addition and subtraction. The use of open space allows for the development of additional instrumentation including the saxophone, flute, and cymbals. A Lull’s process of writing and recording also left the EP with a fantastic live sound.

Take a listen to “Summer Dress”, the first single off of “Meat Mountain”, and then grab all of the information that you need about the release, below.

After touring throughout 2011 in support of their debut full length, Confetti, A Lull found time at the beginning of the year to write, record, produce, and mix five new tracks for the EP. You can pick up a copy of “Meat Mountain” on a limited edition, single-sided 12” LP for just $10 through Lujo Records’ online store.

Along with touring across the country in late July and early August, A Lull will be performing at the Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago on 7/15. Check out the full tour below.

Summer Dress
Still Got Pull
Not About It
Would That I Could

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7.15 – Pitchfork Music Festival – Union Park / Chicago, IL
7.25 – Beachland Tavern / Cleveland, OH
7.26 – Kung Fu Necktie / Philadelphia, PA
7.27 – Pianos / New York, NY
7.28 – DC9 / Washington, DC
7.29 – Galaxy Hut / Arlington, VA
7.31 – Brillobox / Pittsburgh, PA
8.1 – Cafe Bourbon Street / Columbus, OH
8.2 – MOTR Pub / Cincinnati, OH
8.3 – Magic Stick Lounge / Detroit, MI
8.4 – Founders Brewery / Grand Rapids, MI

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