Each song added a new, and yet unexpected, piece of the overall picture. After two years, it was time to let go of the writing and recording process. Eleven of the twenty-five songs were sequenced, and the two songwriters quickly set out to put a band together for live performances. Much local talent is associated with the Gold Beach project, including: Jeremy Gomez (x-Mineral, the Glass Family), Carlos Orozco (x-Western Keys, Black Drum Set), Nicole Kern (x-Balmorhea), Evan Jacobs (Tacks! the Boy Disaster, Polyphonic Spree), Andy Sharp (Girling), and Henna Chou (x-My Education). 2011 proves to be a jumping off point for Gold Beach, with performances leading into and at SXSW, a Daytrotter session, and a listening party in Austin for the new record. KUT’s David Brown called Habibti, one of his most “anticipated records of 2011.” Habibti is sold at shows and on-line only as the band seeks representation.
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