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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 »
Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy produced The Invisible Way, the new album from the Minnesota slowcore heroes Low, and we've already posted the early songs "Plastic Cup" and "Just Make It Stop." But "So…   Read Story »
I should say upfront that I am something of an avowed Low super fan. I've seen the band play countless times over the past two decades, interviewed them on at least half a dozen occasions, and spent…   Read Story »
Longtime slowcore warriors Low roped Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy into producing their new album The Invisible Way, which drops in a couple of months. We've already heard one song, "Plastic Cup," but…   Read Story »
"We're like business associates," Leslie Mann's Debbie frowns to Paul Rudd's Pete in This Is 40, Judd Apatow's sorta-sequel to Knocked Up. "We're like brothers and sisters." Their marriage is…   Read Story »
Last month we got the scoop that Low had completed work on their 10th album, The Invisible Way, which had been produced by Wilco's Jeff Tweedy at his Chicago studio. Now, music from that album has…   Read Story »
Minnesota's Low have produced a pretty indispensable body of work over the past two decades -- they're probably the face of the "slowcore" movement, although their music has grown far beyond the…   Read Story »
Over the weekend, the Jeff Mangum-curated ATP festival went down in Butlins, Minehead, UK, and as a result there's some footage out there from the likes of Joanna Newsom, Low, and the Fall. Check…   Read Story »
When he isn't busy with his main band Low, Alan Sparhawk also leads a slightly more rocked-up side project called Retribution Gospel Choir. Today, the band release a free new EP called The…   Read Story »
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 »