The follow-up to Teebs' still-unparalleled debut LP, Ardour, saw a release last week in the form of a group of ideas and sketches the LA beatmaker has deemed Collections 01. Brainfeeder has gone ahead and passed along another free track to help spread the word (we already had the pleasure of sharing the LP's cut "Pretty Poly" a few weeks back), this time presenting the slow, delicate "Jahara." Nestled early on in the record, the tune offers the usual Teebs fare—not that we're complaining—as it's full of descending harp plucks, glistening delays, warm low end, and static-laden drums, all of which eventually become absorbed by a side-chain-induced swirl.
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