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Low — “The Invisible Way” (3/19, Sub Pop)

Low’s sound remains as singular as it did when it’s first album, “I Could Live In Hope,” was released in 1994. Preparing to release the 10th studio album, the group’s brand of slowed-down emo rock (arguably their best album is titled “Things We Lost In The Fire,” for Pete’s sake) seems almost more popular now than at any other point in its career. If the excellent November 2012 free EP “Plays Nice Places” is any indication — which it very likely is — “The Invisible Way” will be an album not easily compared to other 2013 releases.

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