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In another interview, Sparhawk claimed that a friend coined the term: "this friend of ours in a record store was always joking around ... and he said, 'I got it! You should call it "slowcore"!' ... It was a total joke, and I think I mentioned it at one of our interviews." "Interview with Low", Chord magazine, Jess Hemerly, April 2007, p. 44. In 2017, Lydia Lunch and Cypress Grove covered the song on their album Under the Covers.  In popular culture [ edit ]
Water is Life Festival brings Indigo Girls, Ani DiFranco and more to Bayfront Festival Park". Duluth News Tribune. September 5, 2022 . Retrieved November 15, 2022. The Murder of Crows – The Murder of Crows". Lea-sparhawk-crows.com. June 1, 2012 . Retrieved February 26, 2017.Moreland, Quinn (November 6, 2022). "Low's Mimi Parker Has Died". Pitchfork . Retrieved November 6, 2022.
Schmelzer, Paul (July 12, 2013). " "Drone, not Drones": Behind the Slogan that Capped Low's Infamous 27-Minute Set – The Green Room – Walker Art Center". Blogs.walkerart.org . Retrieved April 16, 2014. The Stars". First Avenue & 7th Street Entry. Archived from the original on April 18, 2020 . Retrieved May 10, 2020.By the time of their next full-length album, 1999's Secret Name, Low had moved to the independent label Kranky. In between, they released several singles and EPs. In 1999, Low joined forces with Dirty Three to record an In The Fishtank session for Konkurrent records. Allmusic called the six-song disc "some of the best material either unit has produced."  Of particular note is the disc's lengthy cover of Neil Young's "Down by the River". 2001 saw the release of Things We Lost in the Fire. Parker died on November 5, 2022.  She was diagnosed with cancer in December 2020, but she did not disclose her illness until the next summer, when the band was forced to cancel multiple dates. In addition to Sparhawk, she is survived by their children, Hollis and Cyrus; her mother; and her sisters, Cindy Elam and Wanda Larson.  In June 2021, the band announced an upcoming release on Sub Pop entitled Hey What.  The album was released on September 10.  With the announcement of the album came news of Garrington's departure from the band a year prior, turning Low into an official duo for the first time in their career. It was soon announced that the band had hired Charlie Parr bassist Liz Draper to support Hey What on tour. 
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Hussey, Allison (August 15, 2022). "Low Cancel European Shows to Accommodate Mimi Parker's Ovarian Cancer Treatment". Pitchfork . Retrieved October 8, 2022.