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On their very strong sophomore album Nootropics, my toddler daugher’s favorite album of all time, the gooily expansive Baltimore guitar band Lower Dens expands its pallet with motorik beats and snatches of synthpop melody. We’ve posted the early tracks “Brains,” “Propagation,” and “Lamb,” and we’ve also run a Progress Report interview with bandleader Jana Hunter. [...]
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Lower Dens – “Brains (Trentemøller Remix)”

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Lower Dens – “To Die In L.A.”

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