Tuesday, November 22, 2011 Filed in: Music | Recording | Music Recommendation
I’m constantly amazed with the level of quality in the Netlabel realm. Telafonica
is no exception, rather, they are the rule.
Telafonica is a “complex web of permanent and transient members,” though my ears hear a level of sympatico and energy that rarely comes from tight-knit groups who live close and practice often. Read more about them here
. Combining an experimental pop flair with bold beats, moody textures and rhythms processed from a place not unlike Earth but slightly more hyper-dimensional, Telafonica tickles my music-bone in a way that, say, Bjork can only do when collaborating with the likes of Matmos.
Next up, Sunna Gunnlaugs.
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