Low

Low

Brandon Flowers may have usurped them both to become indie rock’s best known Mormon, but Low’s central members, Mimi Parker and Alan Sparhawk, still reign supreme in the art of making music that sounds like a slow-motion replay of a pin...

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Low : Canada

Low : Canada

Clearly inspired by The Datsuns’ fine example, the habitually quiet Low return with something of a rock divertissement . Okay, there’s little in the way of hair-shaking riffs and surgically applied demin, but considering Low ’s records...

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Low  :  Trust

Low : Trust

There's no escaping it - the sixth album from Low rocks. Sure, it rocks quietly, intermittently. But forget the received knowledge that says these Minnesotan minimalists have resolved to spend eternity teasing hushed chords from their...

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Low: Boston Somerville Theatre

Low: Boston Somerville Theatre

Low have more in common with the GAP than just having their song in a commercial. It's the understatedness and the pared down focus on 'basics'. It's the harmonizing and blank-backdrop style. It's that everyone in the room is scarved, jeaned, or...

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Low : Things We Lost In The Fire

Low : Things We Lost In The Fire

In our blink-and-miss-it era of high-speed downloads, automobiles that accelerate like rockets, drive-thru windows and even express nail salons, slowness is something that has come to be associated with laziness, tedium, even idiocy. Taking time...

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Edinburgh Liquid Rooms

Edinburgh Liquid Rooms

It's a question of control; of levelling out imbalances, reining in excess and tempering passion with just the right amount of self-discipline. You would be forgiven for herding Minnesota minimalists Low in with the post-rock flock, those...

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Dublin Whelans'

Dublin Whelans'

Sssshhh! We've seen so many bands bring their 'pin drop' sounds to this stage, only to be faced with the merciless chatter of the bar and the clamorous over-spill of students in search of the late-nite indie disco. But Minnesota's Low are...

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Christmas

Christmas

At this time of year, when we're all having so much fun, it's easy to forget exactly what we are celebrating. So this year, while you're enjoying your mince pies and sherry, and watching the little kiddies' faces light up on Christmas morning,...

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Secret Name

Secret Name

They once seemed like the end of a line. No-one could be quieter, slower, or more total an inversion of rock'n'roll common practice than Duluth , Minnesota's Low. In the early '90s, treading gently in the wake of Galaxie 500 , Slint and...

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