Monday, April 1 2013
The Society for Ethical Culture’s Concert Hall seems to be the ideal venue for Low's somber songs to unfold, because the duo’s showing on the New York date of their current tour was unbelievably gripping.
Wednesday, July 27 2011
Bemoaning guitar and rueful lyrics yield an underwhelming effort after the fast-paced country rock of 2010's Always Been a Bleeder EP.
Friday, July 31 2009
Tuesday, June 10 2008
We learn what’s wrong with the good old US of A, and how God isn’t important as he should be – but we don't learn much about Low.
Thursday, April 24 2008
Low's main man speeds up (more), rocks out, draws blood.
Wednesday, March 21 2007
Broken hymns, charred fight songs, and unsure anthems on Low's best since Things We Lost in the Fire
Sunday, March 6 2005
Monday, January 31 2005
The Duluth trio have confounded us again, which is a good thing of course. Virtually absent on The Great Destroyer are the spare, minimalist daubs of intimate beauty with which they're so closely associated, and yet, nonetheless, it wades through a kind of dark, tumultuous resplendence all its own.