The Invisible Way is not a leap forward for Low, rather a confirmation that where they are standing is exactly where they should be.
It’s dark and moody, like the latter part of his stage name suggests; but it’s nowhere near the everyday banality the former part evokes.
The second dip into the lagoon is deeper, warmer, clearer – you’ll want to stay submerged until your skin goes all weird and pruney.
Lesser Evil is an eerie listen, but also an up beat release that will have you bouncing off the walls in the dark.
They’re not going to change the world with this album, but they might make you smile.
As the title suggests, ‘Songs for Imaginative People’ takes a more thoughtful and considered direction to its predecessor.
The messily distorted, razor-sharp riffs and almost inaudible vocals are still there but they’re not quite so rough around the edges.
Bundick’s third album Anything In Return seems like a new beginning for an electronic producer who’s music here seems like that missing link he’s been looking for all along.
On Wolf’s Law we find the Welsh trio delivering more indie anthems which are more akin to a band who crave the limelight of stadium Rock
It’s cheesy. In parts, really quite cheesy. But aren’t we in an era now in which cheesy is coming right back around?