Alan Sparhawk, the lead singer with US slowcore veterans Low, is a walking, singing, strumming masterclass in controlled aggression, writes Neonfiller.com's Joe Lepper
Packed to its former church rafters, Bristol’s Trinity Arts Centre was at times in awe, others in fear of Sparhawk as the mean, moody Minnesotan’s beautiful guitar playing and vocals threatened constantly to turn to screams and smashed wood and…Continue
Posted on April 30, 2013 at 7:00am
Californian underground legend Chuck sure has paid his dues and his autobiography, should he ever write one, would be a riveting read; after three decades on the road he could give even Keef Richards a run for his money, writes Neonfiller.com's John Haylock.
He first came to prominence in the 1980s when together with Dan Stuart they formed the heartbeat of Green On Red, a hard drinking, hard rockin’ blues…Continue
Posted on April 30, 2013 at 2:30am
Among the most surprising aspects of the press release to accompany news of Low’s latest album The Invisible Way is that this is now the 20th anniversary of the band, writes Neonfiller.com's Joe Lepper.
Centred around husband and wife duo Alan Sparhawk and Mimi Parker they have been fine tuning their brand of so-called slow core rock across ten albums now. But arguably it was not until their…Continue
Posted on March 15, 2013 at 4:30am
Since her 2010 debut album Own Side Now, Caitlin Rose has steadily built a following thanks to her impeccable sounding country folk, writes Neonfiller.com's Matthew Nicholson.
She returned for Record Store Day in 2012, throwing a different light on the Arctic Monkey’s songs ‘Piledriver Waltz’ and ‘Love Is A Laserquest’. This year sees the release of her follow-up album, The Stand In.
Posted on March 5, 2013 at 1:00am — 5 Comments