Blend hypnotic synthesizer arrangements with melodic guitars and introspective lyrics and you’ll get Lower Dens, a Baltimore quartet whose full-bodied songs transfix its listeners. Those songs are sustained by the vocals of lead singer Jana Hunter; her bold delivery, warbling lilts, and vibrato add shadow to the band’s mysterious identity, and the tracks’ instrumental interludes sound like elevator music you might hear on the way to space. Lower Dens is joined by a similarly minded local dream-pop outfit, the Walking Sticks, at this show at AMP, Strathmore’s new and imaginative sister location that spotlights fine dining and eclectic music acts. Neighborhood Restaurant Group, the team behind spots like Red Apron Butcher and ChurchKey, provides the snacks, so expect to leave with equal satisfaction for your belly and your ears. Lower Dens performs with the Walking Sticks at 7:30 p.m. at AMP, 11810 Grand Park Ave., North Bethesda. $12. (301) 581-5100. ampbystrathmore.com.