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Label & Cat.Number: Quarterstick Records QS75
Release Year: 2016
Note: first ever vinyl re-issue of the last full length album from 2003, plus the rare EP (their last ever release) from 2005 "Technology is killing Music"; RACHEL's came from the Chicago/Louisville field of arists (SHELLAC, RODAN, JUNE OF '44, etc.) and created timeless 'neo-classic' ambient chamber music with a post-rock and an experimental (field recordings) approach... deluxe gatefold package with expanded artwork & photography and MP3s
Price (incl. 19% VAT): €28.00
More Info"AVAILABLE ON VINYL FOR THE FIRST TIME! Louisville-based avant-garde chamber group Rachel's present the vinyl debut of their 2003 full-length album systems/layers. This double LP album release also includes the vinyl debut of Rachel's 2005 EP, Technology Is Killing Music. Numerous recording sessions make up systems/layers, home recordings, field recordings, and several large ensemble sessions with members of the Louisville Orchestra.
Preliminary work for systems/layers began in 1997, when Rachel's took to the streets of NYC armed with a DAT recorded in search of interesting sounds. This project, intended to address the issues of modern urban life, was set aside while other projects kept the band's attention. However, when Rachel's started working with the innovative New York based SITI theatre group in 2000, these recordings were given an environment to be completed.
Included on the last side of this 2xLP release , Technology Is Killing Music is an ideal companion to systems/layers. Assembled in the same cut up style, this 20-minute EP is a long-form suite comprised of material sourced from studio sessions, live performances and field recordings. RIYL: Max Richter, Talk Talk, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Sigur Rós, Jóhann Jóhannsson!"
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