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Songs We Love: Den-Mate, 'Fall'

D.C. producer and songwriter Jules Hale zeroes in on the darker, denser side of her sound with a dream-pop salve for women, who she says "deserve to swim in euphoria for a bit."
Den-Mate's new EP, Entropii, comes out April 14. Source: Lauren Brown

There's bound to be a disconnect between our ideals and how well we live up to them, between our optimal self and our reality. This is especially true when our goals require us to sacrifice comfort for progress, or to politicize our personal

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