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Lowtalker stream upcoming EP “The Marathon”

Wisconsin progressive punk act, Lowtalker, are streaming their upcoming EP, “The Marathon,” right here.

“The Marathon,” is set to be released on September 18th and it will be the band’s first release on No Sleep Records.



Tour: Lowtalker announce North American fall tour w/ Arms Aloft

Wisconsin progressive punk act, Lowtalker, have announced they will be heading out on a North American tour in the upcoming fall with Arms Aloft to support their upcoming EP, “The Marathon.”

You can check out a full list of dates and locations on the tour here.

The band’s upcoming EP, “The Marathon,” is set to be released on September 18th and it will be the band’s first release on No Sleep Records.



Lowtalker detail upcoming EP “The Marathon”; premier new song “Tension”

Wisconsin progressive punk act, Lowtalker, have premiered the tracklisting, cover art, and announced the release date for their upcoming EP, “The Marathon.” Along with all of that, they are streaming a new song, called “Tension,” which will be featured on the EP.

You can stream “Tension” here, and you can check out both the tracklisting and cover art for the EP here.

“The Marathon” is set to be released on September 18th and it will be the band’s first release on No Sleep Records.



Lowtalker sign to No Sleep Records, to release new EP this Summer

Wisconsin punk act, Lowtalker, have signed to No Sleep Records and will release a new EP this Summer. Here’s what they had to say:

We are proud and excited to announce that we’ve signed with No Sleep Records! We’re big fans of what the label is about and what they’ve done, and we think it’s the perfect home for our band. Chris and company understand and love music and have devoted themselves to supporting it from the ground up. Right now we’re in the studio in Minneapolis putting together our new ep which will come out on No Sleep this summer. We’re working with our friends Brian Moen and Zach Hansen in a couple different rooms in town, along with some help from Adam Krinsky. We can’t wait to share these songs with everyone and get back on the road soon. We’re going to try and share some studio notes and footage so keep up with us at http://lowtalkermusic.tumblr.com/

The band released their latest EP “People Worry About Everything” in 2010.



Album Review: Lowtalker – “People Worry About Everything” EP

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The first noteworthy aspect of Lowtalker is that the band is made up of members from both Misery Signals and Comeback Kid, but it is quickly obvious that they have a far different sound. Lowtalker sounds more like Hot Water Music, Polar Bear Club and Living With Lions, which is no coincidence considering Lowtalker’s Stu Ross now fronts the Lions.

Right from the first listen the instruments and catchy yell-telligent (yelling intelligent lyrics) vocals are fighting for your attention. While the songs are catchy and melodic they also have this heaviness to them. The heaviness might have something to do with the fact that these dudes have made a very impressionable mark on the hardcore/metal scene with their previous bands.

The lyrics are as strong as the music with Ross and Matthew Keil belting out inspiring, sincere and heartfelt lyrics layered with 90’s style punk rock back up vocals. At times you can feel Ross spitting a hundred percent of his heart into lines like, “And now I know I can save myself. I am my mother’s son. I am my fathers blood.” It’s enough to give you goosebumps.

That feeling is what makes “People Worry About Everything” one of those releases that spreads around by word of mouth. Lowtalker would fit right in on the bill at The Fest in Florida and I wouldn’t be surprised to see their name on next year’s line up. If they’re not playing The Fest hopefully we will at least have a full-length release by then.