-PASATIEMPO (Santa Fe), Rob DeWalt, 4-26-2013
“DIY and free spirited, LOW ON HIGH is very reminiscent of early ’90s lo-fi pop rawk, and inspired by the likes of Sonic Youth, Jesus And Mary Chain and grrrl punk. Noisy distorted tunes with a candy crunch core and glamor puss accessories.”
-AQUARIUS RECORDS (San Francisco), May 2012
“Washed-out guitars and raw drums seem to have descended from the prettier Velvet Underground songs, with Amy’s dulcet voice contrasting sweetly with the din. Fans of her caustic appearances in films will be surprised by her disarmingly sweet vocals, which appear totally void of sarcasm in selections like the jangly “Crush” and the fuzzed-out “Splendid Things.” In a twist, it’s Jon who provides most of the anger and psychosis, channeling his inner Gibby Haynes in “Why Are You.” ”
-GIANT ROBOT (Los Angeles), April 2010
“Blending the crunchy-scratchy guitar atmosphere of a good Bikini Kill vinyl album with elements of ’80s hardcore punk, New Wave, Siouxie Sioux, Cibo Matto, Joy Division, and The Breeders, LOH is the musical equivalent of a hyperative child born to postmodernist author Kathy Acker but raised in the Hotel Chelsea by Romeo Void and The Melvins”
-PASATIEMPO Soundwaves (Santa Fe), 3-12-2010
-ALIBI (Albuquerque), 3-11-2010
“A punkoid duo more blisspop than scumrock but skuzzy all the same.”
-LADY FEST HAWAII, 3-3-2005
3-24-2017 Tommy’s Place (USC), Los Angeles (w/ SISU)
7-5-2016 Skylight, Santa Fe
4-26-2013 Betterday, Santa Fe (w/ Gynormica, Alamo Sun, Lady Gloves, Product Division)
3-9-2013 Township, Chicago
7-10-2012 Underground, Santa Fe (w/ Venus Bogardus)
3-16-2012 SXSF, Santa Fe
8-27-2011 Launchpad, ABQ (w/ Manby’s Head (DMZ))
3-14-2011 Corazon, Santa Fe (w/ Venus Bogardus, Dirty Water, Rainbow Arabia)
7-8-2005 Next Door, Honolulu (w/ The Goners (Dirty Beaches))
3-5-2005 Club Pauahi, Honolulu (w/ Deerhoof)
3-3-2005 Campus Center Ballroom, Honolulu (w/ Deerhoof)
3-10-2002 Cafe du Nord, San Francisco (w/ Mr. Nobu, Mia Doi Todd, Wysall Lane (Versus))
12-13-2001 Kimo’s, San Francisco
8-9-2001 Moxie’s, Chico, CA (w/ The Mollybolts)
8-7-2001 Stork Club, Oakland (w/ The Mollybolts + Kill Me Tomorrow)
8-5-2001 Kimo’s, San Francisco (w/ The Gossip + The Mollybolts)
1-23-1999 Giant Robot, Los Angeles
12-21-1998 live KSCU radio, Santa Clara, CA
9-4-1998 Purple Onion, San Francisco
8-1-1998 Purple Onion, San Francisco
2013 “Ice Cream Sex” 9-song EP, Apathy Productions. Produced by Jason Reed, recorded at Frogville, Santa Fe.
2009 “Low On High” 13-song LP, Apathy Productions. Produced by LOW ON HIGH, mixed by Erik Blood.
2009 COMPILATION “Lausanne Underground Film Festival Audio Enforcer Vol. 2.” Includes song “I Dunno” and tracks by Skullflower and others.
2003 “Scumrock” original motion picture soundtrack (CD), New York City Records, performed under band name “Toni Ann.” Includes 2 songs and tracks by J-Church, Casiotone for the Painfully Alone, Mel Davis and others.
1997 “Fame Whore” original motion picture soundtrack (LP + CD), New York City Records, performed under band name “Dixieland.” Includes 3 songs and tracks by Dub Narcotic Sound System, Emily’s Sassy Lime, Mel Davis, Barbara Manning and others.
1994 “Babydoll” b/w “Why Are You” 7″ single (pressing of 1000), New York City Records, performed under band name “Dixieland.”
1993 “Mod Fuck Explosion” original motion picture soundtrack split LP with Unrest (white vinyl pressing of 2000), Ballpeen Records, performed under band name “Karyo Tengoku.”