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UPCOMING SHOWS: Low with Eef Barzelay of Clem Snide

This Sunday (TOMORROW) Duluth, Minnesota’s LOW are playing at Colorado College’s Armstrong Theater, thanks to KRCC.  Tickets are $10 with a student ID at the Worner Desk in the Worner Center.  Doors open at 6:30 and the show starts at 7:00.

Check out the band’s website to get a sense of their sound, if you haven’t yet had the pleasure.

SONG OF THE DAY: Low — “Try To Sleep”

|the crisp, suspirant purge|

Low’s latest album–their ninth–was released by Sub Pop in April.  As with all their previous efforts, C’mon is a slow-burner, revealing itself in time to be a careful study in restraint and a critical examination of us, here, today.

Be sure to check them out on Sunday, September 25th at Colorado College’s Armstrong Theater at 7pm.  Check out KRCC’s website  for more details.

SONG OF THE DAY: Shabazz Palaces — “Swerve… the reaping of all that is worthwhile”

the new old school |

From their latest, Black Up, out now on Sub Pop (2011).