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Infamously cantankerous studio rat/national treasure Steve Albini doesn't like to be called a record producer. He prefers the term "recording engineer." That's a dry, clinical term for what Albini…   Read Story »
Low's Mimi Parker made the trip from Duluth to NYC, riding trains and walking out of subway stops for this C'mon clip. Because you can't let Uncle Jesse land all the plum video gigs. It's somber.…   Read Story »
Low's Mimi Parker-sung cover of Toto's 1982 hit "Africa" for A.V. Undercover is more successful than what Titus Andronicus -- NJ bless 'em -- did with They Might Be Giants' "Birdhouse In You Soul"…   Read Story »
This video for "Try To Sleep" indeed stars John Stamos, a full-on Low fan, but what's more surprising is how effective he is in the clip. You can watch it at EW. (Different vibe than his earlier…   Read Story »
As Cole mentioned when he spoke to Low about their ninth full-length C'mon, the collection "represents a kind of return to form for ... revisiting the more restrained, minimal nature of earlier…   Read Story »
NAME: LOW PROGRESS REPORT: Duluth’s mightiest and most quiet rock band prep new album C'mon for release 4/12 via Sub Pop. The last time I saw Low play live was back in 2008 at the New York…   Read Story »
Robert Plant revived Band Of Joy, the name of his pre-Zeppelin cover band. He'll release an album, also titled Band Of Joy, on Sept. 14. Among the Los Lobos and Richard Thompson covers are two covers…   Read Story »
Last year we debuted "Somebody's Someone" from Retribution Gospel Choir's self-titled debut, a dark, heavy collection released on Mark Kozelek's Caldo Verde. Lest you forget: The Minnesota trio…   Read Story »
Some 90 acts descended upon Champaign-Urbana, IL this past weekend, performing across 14 venues and four days for the fifth annual Pygmalion Music Festival. We sent photographer John Gitchoff to…   Read Story »
It's clearly the season for a lot of Christmas (and other holiday) songs, so brace yourself. Low's "Santa's Coming Over" gets us started on a creepier note -- the track's title and main sentiment…   Read Story »