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Bruce Springsteen's 1984 blockbuster Born In The U.S.A. is the Boss's biggest, synthiest, least rootsy LP, but it's arguably just as packed with amazing songs as anything the man ever recorded. And…   Read Story »
For my money, Unreal, ex-Yuck frontman Daniel Blumberg's debut as Hebronix, is one of the year's most underrated LPs. (Considering how spectacularly Yuck's Glow & Behold turned out, I'd say that…   Read Story »
You might remember earlier this summer Low covered Rihanna's "Stay" at Pitchfork Festival. Now you can hear a studio version of the song. Listen below and check out our ranking of the band's…   Read Story »
If you've ever been to Pitchfork Festival you'll know that the Blue Stage is usually the best for seeing more intimate performances. It's tucked away a bit, smaller than the Red or Green stage, and…   Read Story »
At Rock The Garden 2013 this week Low (who we recently did a Counting Down on) gave a performance that, according to Minneapolis' Star Tribune, left some audience members really confused and angry.…   Read Story »
Last week we talked in detail about Low's incredible catalog, and today, they've dropped a new video from their recent album, the Jeff Tweedy-produced The Invisible Way (No. 5 on the list). "Plastic…   Read Story »
Odd to think that at one point, much to their chagrin, Low were considered the progenitors of the “slowcore” movement. Emerging from Duluth, MN in the early '90s, contemporaneous with the halcyon…   Read Story »
The veteran Minnesota band Low released their new Jeff Tweedy-produced album The Invisible Way last month, and now they've delivered its first video, for the soft and wispy "Just Make It Stop." The…   Read Story »
Low stopped by Fingerprints Records in Long Beach for an in-store performance in support of their latest Sub Pop records release, The Invisible Way. Alan Sparhawk unfurled frosty waves of…   Read Story »
The big news about The Invisible Way, the new album from Minnesota indie lifers Low, is that Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy produced it. But the thing that strikes me most about the album is that it…   Read Story »