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by Lowlah

Dreampop shoegaze drenched in reverb
Genre: Pop: Dream Pop
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What’s in Anthony Improgo’s mind pours out in the dreampop, shoegaze-drenched songs on the debut EP “Always” from his solo project LOWLAH. It’s dark. It’s vulnerable. It’s hopeful. Listening to it will make you happy to be depressed. The words in the three songs started swirling around Anthony’s thoughts after his father died in 2015. It was devastating. He wanted to channel that hurt into his own music, but he was a drummer in a band, Parade of Lights. The personal outpouring of music would have to wait.

In the summer of 2018, the band was suddenly dropped from the label. Could he pull off making music as the sole creative force and the lead singer? He’d never done it, and it seemed daunting. But at the end of 2018, Anthony started writing all those words in his head into songs with hooks and melodies and a sound that reflected the music that had influenced his youth.

In early 2019 Anthony was involved in a serious skiing accident, which left him close to being paralyzed from the neck down and on life support. He broke three vertebrae in his neck, six ribs and both shoulder blades. He was rushed to surgery where doctors were able to stabilize his neck and spinal cord. While he would physically recover, it was getting darker inside Anthony’s head. He knew LOWLAH would save his mind, so he dug in and finished the EP. The act of doing it brought purpose to his life. It was personal and cathartic. And, he hopes, maybe it will be for the people who hear it, too.

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