|#||Название релиза||Информация об aльбоме||Купить альбом в iTunes||Год издания||Лейбл|
|2||Static 2||audio||iTunes||1997||Bliss (3)|
|3||Low Sunday Ghost Machine 9||audio||iTunes||1996||Not On Label (Low Sunday Ghost Machine Self-released)|
|4||Elesgiem 12||audio||iTunes||1999||Not On Label|
[b]Lowsunday[/b] are not your typical [l=Projekt] band. While the atmospheres on Elesgiem occasionally parallel those of other bands on the darkwave label's roster, the quartet's erudite energy will appeal to longtime Anglophiles (think Catherine Wheel or House of Love), shoegazer fans and gothic contingents alike. The fact that such a thoughtful band are headquartered in a city where decrepit classic rock continues to loom large make [b]Lowsunday[/b] even more special. "It's a dilemma," admits singer-guitarist Shane Sahene. "When we play out, the appeal is getting to hang out with all of our friends. Being with people you love is the most important thing. Sometimes culture needs to take a back seat." Simply put, [b]Lowsunday[/b] are modern indie rock brilliance. They fuse melancholic 4AD type textures with catchy pop melodies that instantly hook you, and from then on there is no point in even trying to escape the smoky wonderland created by this band, and you won't want to. Their alluring melodies and arrangements are so inviting. They have great potential, and they have the chance to be THE band to usher forth a mainstream interest in gloomy pop.