At long last, our dear friends at Quarterstick Records have released the final album by the legendary, sadly defunct avant-garde chamber group, Rachel's, on deluxe double vinyl LP!
Originally released only as a CD in 2003, this deluxe double vinyl LP reissue of systems/layers also includes the vinyl debut of the Rachel's 2005 CDEP, Technology Is Killing Music. Packaged in a gatefold jacket with printed inner sleeves, designed and laid out by Louisville native Jeremy deVine (of Temporary Residence Ltd.). Mastered for vinyl from the original master tapes by Bob Weston at Chicago Mastering Service, and pressed onto audiophile-quality 100% virgin vinyl, this is the fitting final chapter that this enormously influential band so richly deserves.
VINYL INCLUDES MP3 DOWNLOAD COUPON INSIDE PACKAGE
LIMITED EDITION COLORED VINYL: OPAQUE WHITE (EDITION OF 500)
“Brilliant… A modern soundtrack to city life—an aural survival pack that pulls out moments of delicate beauty from all the shit and cacophony. Don’t leave home without it.” – MOJO
“Sonic layers, classical elements, pieces that seem unfinished, no guitars – and somehow it all works.” – Los Angeles Times
“The avant-classical Rachel’s is our connection to beauty, to clarity and simplicity, to warmth that radiates from a single gesture.” – Magnet
“Undeniable power and grace” – Pitchfork