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8/22/20
by Grant McClintock
08/20/2020 MFT Radio Show on WQRT FM
E & AJ, from ELE Fest, guest-hosted:https://www.elevatedfest.com/1. Among the Compromised - Elev...
8/15/20
by Grant McClintock
08/13/2020 MFT Radio Show on WQRT FM
08/13/2020 MFT Radio Show on WQRT FMChris Banta, from Romanus Records, guest-hosted:1. Sm wolf &ndas...
8/8/20
by Grant McClintock
08/06/2020 MFT Radio Show on WQRT FM
08.06.2020 MFT radion show on WQRT: Jeff Nordyke guest-hosting:The Brothers Footman - BangO.D.D.I.T....

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 2009, Self Release,

 "...catchy, buoyant pop out of sometimes skewed or experimental ingredients, including dark electronic ambience and sputtering synthesized percussion." Jim DeRogatis, Chicago Sun-Times

"Very Eno-esque recording, catchy, quirky. It's got pop-sensibility...DAMN GOOD" Richard Milne, WXRT Chicago, 93.1

"A Lull is like the current crop of Blitzen Trappers and Fleet Foxes all playing at once, making a monumental mellow mess of reverb and itchy harmonies. It might be too easy to compare them to hyper-textural groups such as Grizzly Bear, since A Lull aims for a feeling of unease instead of rapture, overloading their songs with squelchy textures, bummer hooks, and dark-hued studio rattles." Christopher Weingarten, The Village Voice

"A Lull creates a vast sound far more massive than the sum of its parts. Their beat-heavy brand of post-rock relies equally on instrumental rhythms as it does melodic vocal percussion...A Lull's songs inhale as much as they exhale—trading in swirling electronics and tribal beats for acoustic rhythms and harmonized vocal hooks as it breathes." www.XLR8R.com

"The track runs with the same promising tribal beats and glitchy foundations from "Our Age" on this past spring's Ice Cream Bones EP, but with greater energy and urgency. Everything here buzzes, from the underlying tones to the fuzzed, almost humming chorus and occasionally electronic-sounding vocals. If the rest of Confetti follows this track, A Lull will have crafted a brave, ambitious, and unconventional production that stands to surprise and impress." Jaime DeMedici, The Onion: A.V. Club

 

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Recent Blog Posts

8/22/20
by Grant McClintock
08/20/2020 MFT Radio Show on WQRT FM
E & AJ, from ELE Fest, guest-hosted:https://www.elevatedfest.com/1. Among the Compromised - Elev...
8/15/20
by Grant McClintock
08/13/2020 MFT Radio Show on WQRT FM
08/13/2020 MFT Radio Show on WQRT FMChris Banta, from Romanus Records, guest-hosted:1. Sm wolf &ndas...
8/8/20
by Grant McClintock
08/06/2020 MFT Radio Show on WQRT FM
08.06.2020 MFT radion show on WQRT: Jeff Nordyke guest-hosting:The Brothers Footman - BangO.D.D.I.T....