A few months ago, LOWELL released “High Enough” – the debut song/video from her upcoming Part 1: PARIS YK EP, which is set to…Read More
Lowell recently performed in Denmark with Apparatjik at the National Gallery of Art in May and at The Great Escape festival in Brighton, U.K. with fellow Canadian artists Mac DeMarco, and Diana. Lowell’s vocals and lyrics are also featured in the short video ‘The Girls of Mwedo’ produced for the Chime For Change (www.chimeforchange.org) global campaign, founded by Beyoncé Knowles-Carter, Frida Giannini, and Salma Hayek Pinault. Watch the video here: http://bit.ly/13YfZiB.
‘If You Can, Solve This Jumble’ features 7 songs and was recorded at Kensaltown Studios in London, England. The first two singles, “Shake Him Off” and “Kids” have gained British national airplay on BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 6 and Absolute Radio. Together, Lowell & Apparatjik debuted songs from the album at Roskilde Festival 2012 in Denmark for over 60,000 people, headlining the opening night after The Cure. Watch a clip here: http://bit.ly/ZK47RG.
On her 2014 debut album, We Loved Her Dearly, Toronto’s Lowell arrived as a confident young singer-songwriter on a wave of punchy-pop inspiration. Equal…Read More
Shot entirely on 16mm film on location in Toronto and Los Angeles, the official video for Lowell and Icona Pop’s collaborative single “Ride” was…Read More
Wolfe Island Music Festival has announce their line-up for this year’s festival which takes place on August 7th and 8th. This year’s festival will…Read More
Lowell. In a singular name comes one of the most fearless, commanding and multi-talented artists Canada has. Her name stems from the French origin of the word ‘wolf’ so it is unsurprising to learn of her survival, command of attention, global appeal, and the jaw-dropping artist/producer collective that she lined up to help define her songs and young careerRead More
Pairing pop melodies and pointed gender politics to the forefront of her music, 22-year old LOWELL is the newest signee to indie label Arts & Crafts. With her debut EP I Killed Sara V. dropping February 25,Read More
Lowell, In a singular name comes one of the most fearless, commanding and multi-talented artists Canada is lucky enough to lay claim to. Her name stems from the French origin of the word ‘wolf’ so it is unsurprising to learn of her survival. On February 25, 2014,Read More
Lowell shares five of her favourite albums with Northern Transmissions. These are the album that have influenced her today and throughout her career. Her choices include ‘Revolver’ from The Beatles, ‘Native Speaker’ from Braids, ‘In Rainbows’ from Radiohead, and ‘Soft Airplane’ from Chad VanGaalenRead More
‘Apparatjik’ is a music and visual group which now also includes me and Guy Berryman.We do many art shows in Scandanavia and the UK. These shows are quite a mixture of the artsRead More