Low‘s new album SO WHAT is set for release via Sub Pop on September 10th and they’ve just released the video for their latest single ‘More’, which follows their previously released singles, ‘Days Like These‘, and ‘Disappearing‘. Directed by Julie Casper Roth, this new video metaphorically explores the Sisyphean task of dismantling structural oppression, through gender biases. Tracklisting:1. White Horses2. I Can Wait3. All Night4. Disappearing5. Hey6. Days … Continue reading NEW VIDEO: Low – More
Duluth Minnesota’s Low return with their first new release since the overwhelming sonic experience that was their last album Double Negative. From the opening harmonies of ‘Days Like These’ to the stark mirroring guitar chords and the fractured static and alien vocal effect, it’s clear they’re continuing to push the boundaries of song and sound on this new track, taken from the forthcoming BJ Burton-produced … Continue reading NEW MUSIC: Low – Days Like These
Another year done and dusted in the world of music and as always there were some exceptional records released. These lists always do our head in so this time around we’ve shaken things up a bit. Instead of just doing a ranked top 50 list we’ve narrowed down our top ten and then listed the 40 other albums that we highly rate and recommend you … Continue reading FAVOURITE ALBUMS OF 2018
Press play and the first thing you’ll hear on the new Low album is the equivalent of a digital sandstorm. Slowly but surely, out of the static and sonic scree comes the voice of Alan Sparhawk, sounding like a ghost trying with all his might to re-engage with the physical world. It’s a fascinating way to open an album; a new approach for Low and … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Low – Double Negative
Low have a new album called Double Negative coming out via Sub Pop Records on September 14th and today the label has shared a clip featuring videos for three of its songs – ‘Quorum’, ‘Dancing And Blood’ and ‘Fly’. Working again with producer B.J. Burton, Mimi Parker and Alan Sparhawk and bassist Steve Garrington returned once again to Justin Vernon’s April Base studio in Eau Claire, Wisconsin … Continue reading NEW MUSIC: Low Share Three New Songs from ‘Double Negative’.
written by Chris Familton Low return with a new album recorded in a 110 year old former cathedral in Duluth, Minnesota. It almost seems like a contradiction that a band known as one of the progenitors of the slowcore genre would utilise such a vast and cavernous space to capture their music but in actual fact it serves to impressively enhance the trademark intimacy of … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Low | C’mon