Baltimore-Based LOWER DENS Is About To Take You To A Higher Place With Their Album “Nootropics”

by • May 13, 2012 • MusicComments (0)1714

If you haven’t yet discovered the amazingness that is Disco Naïveté, well, today is a very good day.  Disco Naïveté is the Belgian-based music blog founded in 2009, and over the course of the past several months they’ve given me more incredible under-the-radar discoveries than I could ever possibly count.  Their latest find is Baltimore’s own LOWER DENS, the band that’s been described as a cross between Kraftwerk and Beach House (and yes, legendary Baltimore-based duo Beach House are also major LOWER DENS fans as well).  LOWER DENS’ latest album entitled Nootropics (released May 1, 2012) is available now, and the DN team recently profiled two of the band’s two best tracks “Brains” and “Propagation”, and I can’t seem to get enough of them.  Check them out for yourself below, and if you love what you hear as much as I do then be sure to pick up your own copy of Nootropics via iTunes, and for all things LOWERDENS be sure to visit LOWERDENS.com.  You can also follow the band on FacebookTwitter, and Tumblr.

Source: Disco Naïveté

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