Low Hopper Finally RSVPs

Low Hopper, beloved electro folk song writer, penned and recorded a cutesy little ballad apologizing for a missed rsvp. We don't know who the song was written to, but Low was often overheard lamenting the social stumble and mentioning a Genie. Low said a lot of stuff though. Below and above, the song "Finally sending … Continue reading Low Hopper Finally RSVPs


Low Hopper Sings of Truth

The avant-garde electro-folk song stylings of Low Hopper were recently rediscovered by a team of musicologist from the University of Western Mainconsin. It appears that Low Hopper preferred to write the music and words at different times and the research team is busy putting together lyrics and beats. The following track is dated to 1985. … Continue reading Low Hopper Sings of Truth

Low Hopper Envies the Robots

Anxiety culture Got me how I wanna be all Wrapped up like a mummy Asleep in a forgotten tomb Rip out all my insides Pull my nose through my brain Oh no I mispoke Oh please don't cancel me Ooooohhh nnnoooo there's a mirrrrrorr I think I see myself in it Ooooohhh nnnoooo there's a … Continue reading Low Hopper Envies the Robots

Low Hopper and the Future

 Low hopper was a threat many things. Clairvoyant? Perhaps. In this late 90s track, the electronic folk superstar writes of a future he saw when a microwave burrito accident sent him twenty years forward. Let's see how the vision panned out. I went to microwave my meal Never seemed like such a big deal Then … Continue reading Low Hopper and the Future

Low Hopper the Romantic

Low Hopper, famed singer-songwriter of the electro-folk movement, is not immune to the ol' love bug. In fact, a recently discovered, unreleased track indicates Low could be quite the romantic. Here is that track. How Does a Werewolf Say, "I Love You?" How does a werewolf say, "I love you?" I imagine it goes, "I … Continue reading Low Hopper the Romantic

Low Hopper Against the Highwaymen

Low Hopper did a quick tour through what he called "Little Narnia" a neighborhood in the hinterlands of a town that itself was on the hinterlands of a not-too populated metropolis in the mid-west.  I don't think the description was too far off based on this recent discovery from a collection of songs labeled "I … Continue reading Low Hopper Against the Highwaymen

Low Hopper and the Back Alley Brawl

Low Hopper always believed in Santa.  Unsurprising as the electro-folk star met the Mothman and a baseball team full of vampires.  So when he finally found proof of his beliefs, he wrote a song about it.  Along the way, he proved something else too. The Wolf, the Elf, and the Eve. I found myself in … Continue reading Low Hopper and the Back Alley Brawl