Who Would Ever Want Anything So Broken?

by Beach Slang

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Robert Campbell
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Robert Campbell I just like it. No epic reason. I think people should check this band out. I like their vibe ? Im looking to say something profound to convince people to check this out, but sometimes you just gotta trust the advice Favorite track: Get Lost.
Joe Vivo
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Joe Vivo Beach Slang are unapologetically rambunctious and enthusiastic. There is chaos and beauty here. I saw them for 45 minutes at Riot Fest and was hooked. If you ever get a chance to see them live, clear your calendar and go. You will not be disappointed.
Favorite track: Punk Or Lust.
Justin Von Strasburg
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Justin Von Strasburg This is album is so damn good and so damn melodic. Album of the year for 2014 so far for me.
Michael F.
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Michael F. The track "Kids" is so damn appealing, I can hit repeat for a 30 minute spin without regret... For some reason, BEACH SLANG reminds me a bit of 90's N.Y. alt-rockers LOTION, who, in my opinion, were brilliant as $hit. A little bit gazing, a dash of Dinosaur guitar wash, a smidge of Silversun hipness and elements of a myriad of indie bands that would mean nothing to most people, yet unique on its own... Well done BEACH SLANG. Looking forward to more. Favorite track: Kids.
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Indie/Emo/Pop-Punk from Philadelphia, PA. featuring members of Weston, Crybaby & Ex Friends. Recorded on August 30th and 31st, 2013 at The Gradwell House In Haddon Heights, NJ by Dave Downham. Mastered at Armstrong Recording Studio in Tulsa, Oklahoma by Stephen Egerton. Their debut release.

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released April 17, 2014

Dead Broke Rekerds/Beach Slang 2014.

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DEAD BROKE REKERDS is an independent, D.I.Y. record label/distro based out of Long Island, NY. Since 2002. This label was started to record & distribute our own bands, our friends bands, and anything else we feel people should hear. We aim to expose great music to as many people as we can, without the cost, hence the ingenius name. Up the punks. ... more

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