Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Post #184: Low - "Try to Sleep", "Nightingale", "Something's Turning Over"



Post #184: As I write this, I'm actually watching/listening to a live stream cast of Dave Bazan, whom I posted yesterday, playing songs from his new release, Strange Negotiations. I love technology!

Watching this, I don't think there is any way I can miss his show at the Turf Club on June 6th.

Just prior to this, I was going through my Twitter account and came across two things. The first was that Silverchair decided to go on an indefinite hiatus. Seeing that they haven't had any new material since 2007, I decided to not post them. But if you aren't familiar with them, check out there first album Frogstomp from 1995. THEY WERE 15!! Amazing!

Anyways, I also came across a Tweet from the record label Sub Pop, announcing that the band Low had their recent 'NPR Tiny Desk Concert', posted on NPR's website.

It was just a couple of weeks ago that I posted Retribution Gospel Choir HERE, which is fronted by Alan Sparhawk.

From Duluth, Low was founded in 1993 by Alan and his wife Mimi Parker.

Each of these three songs is from their ninth release, C'mon, which came out in April.

Unfortunately, if you click play, it only plays the audio, but if you click on the "More on NPR.org, it will take you to the video.

Low, "Try to Sleep", "Nightingale", and "Something's Turning Over"
Posted May 22nd, on NPRs website

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