Today, for my first post as this beautiful blog's only second "fair weather" contributor, I'm charged with unveiling mine and Jheri's third cassette via the burgeoning tune-womb at Crash Symbols: Beggars in a New Land's debut EP Teething. First brought to my attention by the intrepid international music excavations of UK club-king Noam Klar's blog Don't Die Wondering, Beggars in a New Land began as Eric Brody and Harry Cubberly's high school recording project. Though the two have since been separated by the burdensome demands of higher education, they continue recording at their respective institutions and play together whenever they can. Teething is their debut EP and gives their soliloquent poptronica its most mature expression, filling out a structure of ambient "chillwave" with a flesh of churning beats and dance rhythms.
Bandcamp :: PBUH003: Beggars in a New Land - Teething
Mediafire :: PBUH003: Beggars in a New Land - Teething