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“Treefort-goers filled the El Korah Shrine ballroom for indie-rock band Low-Fi's History of Boise Rock Showcase set on March 23. The trio, which hadn't played since 2012, blended nimble dance grooves, catchy country-rock tunes and soaring guitar solos. "Well, I've been gone for too long and a day," singer-guitarist Todd Sloan crooned. Judging from the bouncing and dancing, the crowd agreed.”

“Latest review for “After All This Time” – For the record Low Fi’s sound is extremely hard to pigeonhole. The music itself is an impressive blend of progressive rock & even has a progressive aftertaste that is extremely dynamic & melodic in nature.”

“Low-Fi rocks you to the core and moves the soul with some down and dirty real life rock and roll baby!”

“Indie music maybe a term that is not used as much as it once was, due to bands wishing to recreate a more retro sound of years gone by, but Where Are You, fills a huge void lacking in the new music scene.”

“Where You Are is the sort of album that helps a band build a following. It's not flashy or trashy or any of the other gimmicks that bands try, it's just great music.”