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A Dancing Beggar

A Dancing Beggar
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™A Dancing Beggar began in the summer of 2007 and a number of songs followed resulting in the 6 track EP, How They Grow, which was self released in February 2009. The Stool Pigeon described the EP as 'a post rock treat full of warmth and subtlety' and a debut album quickly followed.

What We Left Behind was released later that year and received glowing reviews from a number of national and international publications. The album was awarded a 10/10 review from Subba Cultcha and Notion Magazine described it as 'a wonderful, wordless music that seeks to evoke memories of forgotten summer days'.

A Dancing Beggar has completed remixes for established artists such as Codes In The Clouds (Erased Tapes), Franz Kirmann (Photogram Recordings) and Neotropic (Council Folk) as well as attracting a number of remixes himself.

Having taken a direction towards a more drone based ambient sound, A Dancing Beggar's latest album, Follow The Dark As If It Were Light, was released in May 2011 via Audiobulb Records. Future Sequence described the release as 'a classic post rock album' with Fluid Radio hailing A Dancing Beggar's evolution as 'a contender for revelation of the year'.

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