Lowry: Saturday December 6 at Club Cafe

Lowry Band

Engine Room Recordings in New York City is bringing yet another superb indie show to Pittsburgh this coming weekend. owry is a Brooklyn-based indie rock band with members originally hailing from Kansas, New Zealand, Australia, North Carolina and Canada. Originally emerging from New York City’s “anti-folk” scene.

They have been compared to such electro indie rock groups such as Mates of State and Grizzly Bear. Two bands of which Geekstar is a fan. I just saw Mates of State in San Diego opening for Santo Gold. Fantastic.

Lowry Band Photo

The show this weekend will be a lot of fun. Club Cafe is one of Pittsburgh’s best venues for great audio and an intimate setting. Local favorites, Round Black Ghosts, will be opening. Low Water will also be peforming. Just checked out their music at lowwatermusic.com – definitely looking forward to hearing their version of indie/dreamy/folky pop.

Saturday December 6

Doors: 10 PM

Club Cafe

Low Water and Round Black Ghosts and Lowry

$5 pre-sale, $7 door

21 and over

Read what people are saying:

“Lowry is one of those bands that is a music critic’s worst nightmare, and I mean that in the best way. Lowry has an unclassifiable sound that leads the listener reaching for comparisons that fade away a minute later. Yet, taken as a whole, Love Is Dead has a wonderful cohesiveness to it. Lowry often has a lo-fi, gentle yet lush sound. It is the type of sound that draws comparisons to Death Cab for Cutie and the Shins. Listen and you will find Americana, electronica, folk, and straight ahead pop. I haven’t even touched on the banjos, electric guitars, and other sound melanges that are meticulously crafted throughout the album. They ensure that little treasures are discovered upon each additional listen, of which there should be many.” – ATLANTA MUSIC GUIDE

“Lowry’s quietly strange brand of neo-folk music is akin to an ocean breeze stirring the hot, heavy summer air: It refreshes and delights, and leaves listeners smiling about the pleasant little surprises that await in life. Such a pleasing discovery is bound to unassumingly tuck itself away into one’s soul, to be remembered and treasured for a long time to come.” KATHERINE LATSHAW, ENCORE MAGAZINE—WILMINGTON/CAPE FEAR


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