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Atlas Sound

Parallax

7th November 2011

Parallax is the third album by Atlas Sound, the pseudonym of Bradford Cox. Produced by both Bradford and Nicolas Vernhes, and recorded and mixed by Vernhes at the Rare at Book Room in Brooklyn, N.Y. in June 2011, the twelve tracks display a clearer refining of Cox's muse, further marking him out as a definitively singular voice.

1 The Shakes 2.57
2 Amplifiers 2.49
3 Te Amo 4.14
4 Parallax 2.46
5 Modern Aquatic Nightsongs 4.09
6 Mona Lisa 3.06
7 Praying Man 2.48
8 Doldrums 4.35
9 My Angel Is Broken 4.58
10 Terra Incognita 6.25
11 Flagstaff 5.54
12 Lightworks 3.56
1 The Shakes 2.57
2 Amplifiers 2.49
3 Te Amo 4.14
4 Parallax 2.46
5 Modern Aquatic Nightsongs 4.09
6 Mona Lisa 3.06
7 Praying Man 2.48
8 Doldrums 4.35
9 My Angel Is Broken 4.58
10 Terra Incognita 6.25
11 Flagstaff 5.54
12 Lightworks 3.56
1 The Shakes 2.57
2 Amplifiers 2.49
3 Te Amo 4.14
4 Parallax 2.46
5 Modern Aquatic Nightsongs 4.09
6 Mona Lisa 3.06
1 Praying Man 2.48
2 Doldrums 4.35
3 My Angel Is Broken 4.58
4 Terra Incognita 6.25
5 Flagstaff 5.54
6 Lightworks 3.56

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Parallax, the third album from Atlas Sound, the ever expansive solo project of Bradford Cox from Deerhunter, is released in November.

All songs were written and performed by Bradford, except on ‘Mona Lisa’, where Andrew VanWyngarden (MGMT) plays piano, Carrie-Anne Murphy plays saxophone on ‘The Shakes’ and Paul McPherson adds basic drums to ‘Praying Man’. All but two tracks on Parallax were recorded in June 2011 at New York’s Rare Book Room (where Cox’s band Deerhunter recorded 2009 album, Microcastle) and were produced by both Bradford Cox and Nicolas Vernhes. ‘Terra Incognita’ and ‘Flagstaff’ were recorded and produced by just Bradford Cox in his hotel room. As such, it's a singular record, considered and poised, and further indication of Cox's ever-developing songwriting.


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