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Portland band Reptaliens releasing debut LP on Captured Tracks (stream "If You Want")

As their name suggests, sci-fi, fantasy and mythology play heavily into Reptaliens' lyrical themes and theatrical stage show, but musically they're a little more down-to-earth, making jazzy, winsome indie pop. Continue reading…
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