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Jack White On Upholstery

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The Lower Dens perform live at The Black Cat in Washington, D.C. on March 11. Shantel Mitchell/for NPR hide caption

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Hear Lower Dens' Set

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Listen to 'Glass Tambourine' by WILD FLAG

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The Low Anthem In Concert

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Day 23: Son Lux Enters Final Week Of Album-In-A-Month Project

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Listen to an Interview with Bonnaroo Co-Founder Ashley Capps

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