Out July 24th, 2020 Buy

As Den-Mate, Washington D.C.-based producer and singer Jules Hale writes dreamy electro-pop songs shaped by experiences growing up with epilepsy. Across several releases leading up to her latest EP, Hypnagogia, she's developed a vibrant sound which, per Stereogum, "renders interior emotions in giant, widescreen compositions bursting with color." Here Hale uses her music to confront personal traumas in her past and interpret the sensations of hypnagogia, the lucid activity during the transitional state between wakefulness and sleep. Out on Substitute Scene and Babe City Records.

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