The Noisey Advent Calendar
With "Santa's Coming Over," Low Embraced a Creepy-Ass Christmas
The Duluth trio's "Just Like Christmas" might be the indie classic, but the terrifying "Santa's Coming Over" deserves more attention.
Alex Robert Ross
Rank Your Records
Low's Alan Sparhawk Ranks the Band's 11 Albums
On the release of their new album, 'Double Negative,' the co-founder reflects on a 25-year career that helped launch the slowcore movement.
The Baltic Sea’s Oxygen Levels Are At a 1,500-Year Low
And climate change is halting recovery efforts.
Low Are Back with Three (Mostly) Caustic New Songs
"Quorum," "Dancing and Blood," and "Fly" are the first three songs from 'Double Negative,' the band's 12th studio LP, out on Sub Pop in September.
Alex Robert Ross
What Is a Bitcoin ‘Death Cross’ and Why Is Everyone Talking About It?
Bitcoin’s price is falling, and self-proclaimed experts are trying to tell the future.
Robert Christgau Remembers Six Ways 70s Bowie Changed Culture Forever
Bowie was everything: a punk prophet and an arena-rock pioneer, a free spirit and a proud poser, a dynamo and an amalgamator and a shrewd hanger-on.
Brian Eno Shares Candid Tribute to His Late Collaborator David Bowie
"I feel a huge gap now."
The Verbasizer was David Bowie’s 1995 Lyric-Writing Mac App
"What you end up with is a real kaleidoscope of meanings and topic and nouns and verbs all sort of slamming into each other.”
The VICE Guide to Right Now
David Bowie and Brian Eno Had Plans to Collaborate Again
They had a plan to revisit the 1995 album 'Outside' before Bowie passed away Sunday night.
Bowie Down, Bitches: How David Bowie Became an Icon for Sexual Liberation
For those who’ve felt the pains of society’s razor sharp cookie-cutter, Bowie is a beacon.
Sophie Saint Thomas
Want to Cry? Cool, Stream Low's Beautiful New Track "What Part of Me"
The long-time indie outfit release the second single from their forthcoming LP 'Ones and Sixes.'
The Drugs Issue
I Want My Dvds
Watching a grainy black-and-white documentary about rock’s least exciting band on tour is so shin-knawingly dull it verges on the comical.