Gig: Low Duo album launch (support from The Hudares & David J. Roch)

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Funny thing, album launches. Especially when Low Duo is involved. Merely a month ago, I saw them open the night for Screaming Maldini‘s album launch (a rather loud and splenderous affair) and now it was their turn to offer us a regal spectacle in the only place in Sheffield that does a decent Reuben sandwich, The Great Gatsby. Continue reading “Gig: Low Duo album launch (support from The Hudares & David J. Roch)”

Live review: Low Duo’s EP Launch @ The Great Gatsby

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The key to being a great lyricists is the ability to tell a captivating story whilst allowing for the music to fill in the cracks and create extra depth. Tonight shows that not only are there great lyricists still left, behind the smoke and glitter of processed pop, but they are thriving on pure emotion. Continue reading “Live review: Low Duo’s EP Launch @ The Great Gatsby”

Invitation: Low Duo’s EP launch

Time sure flies when you’re watching life fritter away from the window sill. It was less than a year ago that we saw Low Duo at Pete David and The Payroll Union‘s Haymageddon. Heck, they are now called The Payroll Union (still an ace band). So, in one year, Low Duo have released 3 EPs and played everywhere, including an ace set with Anna Calvi. We’ve … Continue reading Invitation: Low Duo’s EP launch

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