Low

Pitchfork Music Festival 2019: Robyn, Haim, Sky Ferreira, Isley Brothers, and More

Pitchfork Music Festival announced its full 2019 lineup via Twitter this morning. Featured acts include Haim, Mavis Staples, Earl Sweatshirt, Low, Soccer Mommy, Julia Holter, Sky Ferreira, Jeremih,…
Will Gottsegen / March 6, 2019

The 51 Best Albums of 2018

Across publications, tastemakers, even members of our own staff, there was little consensus about who made the best music of 2018. Reliable superstars were either…
SPIN Staff / December 12, 2018

Video: Low – “Always Trying To Work It Out”

Minnesota indie rock staple Low do some eerie grocery shopping for Halloween today in their new video for "Always Trying To Work It Out," the…
Israel Daramola / October 31, 2018

Stream Low’s Adventurous New Album Double Negative

Minnesota indie rock lifers Low are mostly known as pioneers of so-called "slowcore," the '90s subgenre named for its patient tempos and chiming clean guitars. They're now…
Andy Cush / September 6, 2018

Low Announce New Album Double Negative, Release Three New Songs

Low have announced their 12th studio album Double Negative. The slowcore legends' record will be out on Sub Pop on September 13, and today they've shared a…
Winston Cook-Wilson / June 12, 2018

New Music: Low – “Some Hearts (at Christmas Time)”

Duluth, Minnesota slowcore trio Low have a new, original Christmas song, "Some Hearts (at Christmas Time)." It's a bittersweet tune that sounds like falling snow. The band also…
Anna Gaca / December 1, 2016

Review: Low Climb Ever Higher on ‘Ones and Sixes’

8SPIN Rating: 8 of 10Release Date: September 11, 2015Label: Sub PopIt's fairly common knowledge that tortoises owe their epic lifespans, hundreds of years in some cases, to their excruciatingly…
Harley Brown / September 11, 2015

SPIN Singles Mix: Low, Bob Moses, TRAAMS, and More

Welcome to SPIN‘s Singles Mix! SPIN staffers have rounded up their favorite, must-hear tracks for your personal playlists. Collecting the finest from an Old Line State…
SPIN Staff / August 4, 2015

Low Announce ‘Ones and Sixes’ With the Crawling Single ‘No Comprende’

The slowcore progenitors in Low have announced their return with an LP called Ones and Sixes. The long-running trio recorded the new album, their first…
Colin Joyce / June 23, 2015

Low Offer ‘Twilight Zone’ Twist in ‘Plastic Cup’ Video

Low marry grit and glamour in the video for "Plastic Cup," the dusky opening track from recent LP The Invisible Way. The Minnesota slowcore vets…
Kyle McGovern / June 13, 2013

Gospel Great Mavis Staples Will Take You There

Throughout the course of a career that started with her father and sisters in the Staples Singers in the 1950s, Mavis Staples and her mighty…
Kiran Herbert / May 30, 2013

Watch Low’s Subtly Gorgeous, Detail-Driven ‘Just Make It Stop’ Video

Phil Harder knows Low. His movie How to Quit Smoking, which premieres on April 20 at the Minneapolis / Saint Paul Film Festival, documents his…
Marc Hogan / April 18, 2013

Low, ‘The Invisible Way’ (Sub Pop)

7SPIN Rating: 7 of 10Release Date: March 19, 2013Label: Sub PopThis year marks Low's 20th anniversary and The Invisible Way is the trio's 10th album.
Joe Gross / March 22, 2013

Hear Low’s Majestic, Jeff Tweedy-Produced ‘So Blue’

Low's The Invisible Way, due out March 19 via Sub Pop, is shaping up to be impressively multi-hued. The first song from the Minnesota band's upcoming…
Marc Hogan / February 25, 2013

Hear Low’s Almost Upbeat ‘Just Make it Stop’

Low's tenth long-player is coming March 19 via Sub Pop, and knowing that Wilco main man Jeff Tweedy is producing The Invisible Way makes that news…
Chris Martins / January 9, 2013
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