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Boomkat Product Review:
**2012 reissue on Ribbon Music** For our money Jana Hunter has always been criminally underrated, her lonely, smudged songs somehow failing to capture the wider public imagination despite (or maybe because of) offering a completely off-kilter mixture of bittersweet introspection and a sound pop sensibility. All of this looks set to change with her debut album as 'Lower Dens', a record that ups the ante on both production (ably handled by Chris Coady) and stylistic substance, marrying Hunter's distinct songwriting mannerisms with a more propulsive agenda taking in elements of new-wave and indie-rock with a much more commercial dimension. Despite all this, there are still classic Hunterisms spread throughout the album, such as on the magnificent "Tea Lights" or "Plastic & Powder", while the skewed new-wave burner "Two Cocks" does that magical thing of sounding brilliantly personal yet anthemic in the best sense of the word. If there's any justice "Twin-Hand Movement" will gain Hunter the wider audience she's always so thoroughly deserved - Highly Recommended.