LOW FREQUENCY IN STEREO

LOW FREQUENCY IN STEREO

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Scandinavian instrumental music. Rolling Stone's David Fricke wrote after SXSW "Low Frequency were the cool rulers!" and another "There's more than a bit of Mogwai in them, but they're much happier to mess with their own formulas” Douglas Wolk, Seattle Weekly www.myspace.com/lowfrequencyinstero

Biography

The Low Frequency in Stereo, the band with one foot standing in Pompeii and the other one in outer space, is finally back!!

Low Frequency in stero have release 3 albums on the Norwegian label, Rec 90 (Magnet, Lorraine, Poor Rich Ones and Sister Sonny). New album is for release in September 2008. The band has delivered music to films, commerials, and Tv-series, such as MTV, Elling, Wolksvagen, and serval skate/surf films.
The recordings took place at the well known Grapehouse Studio in Copenhagen, Denmark. The album was produced by Kenneth Andersen know from his work with band such as Mew and Kashmir. Mastering was done by Deathprod (Motorpsycho) in Oslo

On this record The Low Frequency in Stereo has for the first time been working with vocals. And if this will be as breaking as when Bob Dylan went electric, only time will tell.

The Low Frequency in Stereo can maybe be put under a sort of lo-fidelity/post-rock category. Their songs are most often laid-back and instrumentaledging guitar. This is all spiced up with samples and keyboard, with groovy drums and heavy organic bass

“ a terrific band with a terrible name.. There's more than a bit of Mogwai in them, but they're much happier to mess with their own formulas” Douglas Wolk, Seattle Weekly

Discography

2002 - Low Frequency in stereo
2004 - Travelling Ants Who Got Eaten bu Moskus
2005 - Astro Kopp (mini-abum)
2006 - Last Temptation of...
2007 - TBA

Set List

01: Man Don´t Walk
02: Hi-Ace
03: Astro Kopp
04: Limousine
05: Element
06: The Sun and the Moon and the Stars in the Sky
07: Travelling Ants Who Got Eaten by Moskus
08: Slow Train Coming
09: Stargazer
10: Hazelwood

- no covers
- most of the songs are instrumentals