Low - Minimalist Indie from Duluth.

Low Low – Minimalist Indie from Duluth.

Low – In Session at The Tivoli Theatre, Utrecht – Le Guess Who Festival – November 25, 2011 – VPRO/3VOOR12-FM –

Low – Indie from Duluth tonight, in a live session at The Tivoli Theatre, recorded during the Le Guess Who Festival in Utrecht on November 25, 2011 by the venerable VPRO in The Netherlands.

Characterized as epitomizing slow tempos and minimalist arrangements, Low also had the distinction of Mimi Parker and Alan Sparhawk, whose vocals were once described “as chilling as anything Gram and Emmylou ever conspired on—though that’s not to say it’s country-tinged, just straight from the heart.”

Together since 1993 and still going strong, Low have released some 11 studio albums and 3 live albums since 1994, their latest album, Ones and Sixes was issued by Sub Pop just last year.

So, to get you acquainted (if you aren’t already) or to remind you of what they are live, here is Low as they performed at Le Guess Who Festival in 2011.

Play loud and enjoy.

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