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Beghtol & friend, 2009. Photo: Holly McDade.
LD Beghtol (born 1964, Fort Campbell, Kentucky) is an American musician, art director and writer. Beghtol participated in The Magnetic Fields' 69 Love Songs recordings and live shows. He is a founding member of the band [1 ] Flare—aka Flare Acoustic Arts League —and the death-pop outfit [2 ] LD & the New Criticism, and was also in the collective moth wranglers. In 2012 Beghtol formed a new project, LD&CO, with [3 ] Scott Sosebee ( Little Red Rocket) and others to record and play live; their debut single “ Morgantown” was mixed by Kramer. Beghtol has served as designer/art director for , The Village Voice [4 ] , Travel Holiday and many other publications and corporate concerns; currently he works in pharmaceutical advertising. Beghtol has written extensively about music, the visual/performing arts, books and culture for Outdoor Life Gail O'Hara's fanzine , chickfactor , Time Out [5 ] , The Memphis Flyer The Advocate, and many other publications. Beghtol lives in The Oxford American [6 ] Bushwick, Brooklyn.
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