The Low Frequency in Stereo

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The Low Frequency in Stereo
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The Low Frequency in Stereo in 2008
Background information
Origin Haugesund, Norway
Genres Lo-Fi Post-Rock
Years active 2000–present
Members Per Steinar Lie
Ørjan Haaland
Hanne Andersen
Njål Clemetsen

The Low Frequency in Stereo are a post-rock group that was founded in February 2000 in Haugesund, Norway.

The band is known both in Norway and internationally and have played renowned festivals like Quart, Dour and South By Southwest

Senior Editor of Rolling Stone David Fricke described their concert in Austin, Texas in 2005 as "a mixture of the long solo elements in The Doors set to the raptide of Joy Division's "Transmission" with the surf guitar twang of Dick Dale."[citation needed]

Current line-up[edit]

Former members[edit]

  • Per Plambech Hansen - guitar (2000–2005)

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • The Low Frequency in Stereo (2002)
  • Travelling Ants who Got Eaten by Moskus (2004)
  • The Last Temptation Of...The Low Frequency in Stereo Vol. 1 (2006)
  • Futuro (2009)
  • Pop Obskura (2013)

Live[edit]

  • Live at MoldeJazz feat. Kjetil Møster (LP, 2014)

EPs[edit]

  • Die Electro Voice/Low Frequency 7" (2001)
  • Moonlanding EP 10" (2001)
  • Astro Kopp EP (2005)

Singles[edit]

  • Monkey Surprise (2006)

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