"Joy Division meets Simon and Garfunkel"--www.kranky.net
Duluth band Low strip songs to their bare essentials. In their live shows, they build them back up again in a dramatic, slow burn.
Singer/guitarist Alan Sparhawk, singer/drummer Mimi Parker, and bassist Zak Sally of the Duluth, Minnesota trio, Low, have become international, indie-rock favorites with their beguiling minimalist songs and distilled slow-core dynamics.
This tour coincides with the release of a new CD produced by Steve Albini, who also worked with Low on their acclaimed previous release, Things We Lost in the Fire. Their show here promises more of the wide-open spaces, ethereal harmonies, and sparse-yet-captivating lyrics that have marked Low's rise.
Admission$14 students (tickets required)
$12 senior citizens
Lead support for the Wexner CenterÌs 2001-02 performing arts season is provided by AT&:T and the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation.
Major season support provided by Philip Morris Companies Inc.
Additional season support provided by the Ohio Arts Council and the Corporate Annual Fund of the Wexner Center Foundation.
Promotional support provided by WCBE, 90.5 FM.