Music Review: “At Night in Dreams” by White Denim

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“At Night in Dreams”

From White Denim’s Corsicana Lemonade

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Liner notes: Indie-rock fizz meets blues-rock swagger on the trio’s fifth studio outing, an exhilarating wave of noise evoking T. Rex’s glam epics.

Behind the music: Singer James Petralli is the son of former pro baseball player Geno Petralli. Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy mixed the entire album and produced two tracks.

Check it out if you like: Spirited eclectics like the White Stripes, Foxygen, and Kurt Vile.

This review originally appeared in our November/December 2013 issue of Mother Jones.

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