Like fellow Michiganders Windy & Carl and Asha Vida, Auburn Lull create lush space-rock and ethereal, Brian Eno-inspired soundscapes. Even though the once-thriving Michigan space-rock picture has basically died out, Auburn Lull is constantly on the evolve their make of technicolor audio, steadily attracting essential acclaim and an ever-growing group of fans. Auburn Lull shaped in Lansing, MI in 1994 by Jason Kolb (guitars), Eli Wekenmen (guitars), Sean Heenan (guitars, vocals), and Jason Weisinger (drums). The music group instantly became connected with additional like-minded rings from south-east MI, especially Mahogany, with whom they released The Dual Group EP in 1997. Jason Kolb started playing acoustic guitar at concert events for Mahogany, and in 1999, Mahogany’s Andrew Prinz created Auburn Lull’s debut full-length, Only I Admire.