Synonyms for telepathe or Related words with telepathe
Examples of "telepathe"
"Headliners": Madness (UK), Amanda Palmer (US), These New Puritans (UK), Kasta (RUS), Fan Death (US),
(US), Minitel Rose (France)
He works with several Brooklyn acts, having recently remixed the song "Disco Lights" for Apollo Heights and produced albums for Dragons of Zynth and
The Offset Festival returned in 2010 on September 4–5, 2010, with first artists announced as Liquid Liquid, Cluster,
, These New Puritans and many more including Sauna Youth and Athens Polytechnic. It was previewed in "NME" magazine as "one of the most genuinely left-of-centre two-dayers to emerge recently, this new favourite might boast kraut pioneers Cluster and Brooklyn hype victims
but it's the spread of music across the weekend that won Offset so many friends last year."
has toured with The Strokes' frontman Julian Casablancas, in addition to friend DJ Diplo, Ladytron and The Faint. Their 2009 debut album, "Dance Mother", was produced by TV on the Radio's David Sitek.
After releasing several remixes for bands that included Au Revoir Simone, The Tough Alliance, El Guincho and
, the band collaborated with Salem to release a split EP entitled "S.A.W." in early 2010, mostly in Brooklyn.
Dance Mother is the debut album of the synthpop duo
. It was released on January 26, 2009 via IAMSOUND Records and Cooperative Records. The album was produced by Dave Sitek of TV on the Radio.
He has worked with, remixed or been remixed by Bloc Party, Bombay Bicycle Club, Bracken, Danger Mouse, Everything Everything, Fever Ray, Foals, Four Tet, Ellie Goulding, The Kills, MGMT,
, The Pastels, Post War Years, Prefuse 73 and Radiohead.
(pronounced "telepathy" and meant with some literal meaning) are an electronic pop duo from Brooklyn consisting of core members Busy Gangnes and Melissa Livaudais. The band also includes other occasional musicians, such as Ryan Lucero.
The Brothers have released music under the name Golan Globus and are also members of the band Good Morning. In 2004 The Brothers built their own studio, where they have produced records with !!! (chk chk chk), Professor Murder, Radio 4, The Apes, Free Blood and
, among others.
"The Breaks" became the second single for "W" and was named the "Single of the Week" by "Clash". The single included a remix by
. The song was later offered as the "Free MP3 of the Day" for 30 June 2011 on Spinner.
In 2003 Bruno Coviello wrote an electroclash/dance-pop song for Party Monster soundtrack under Mannequin alias. Earlier Shannon Funchess had provided vocals for such acts as TV on the Radio, !!! and
. More recently, Funchess collaborated with The Knife on the track "Stay Out Here" from the fourth band's album Shaking the Habitual in 2013.
Black Lips • Tim & Eric • Lightning Bolt • No Age • Converge • Lucero • Fucked Up • Glass Candy • Dillinger Escape Plan • Torche • The Thermals • Times New Viking • Wavves • Mika Miko • Darker My Love • Crystal Antlers • Woods •
• Peanut Butter Wolf • Japanther • the Strange Boys • Cold Cave • Kurt Vile • Avi Buffalo • Dios • Eat Skull • Ninjasonik • Nobunny • Carbonas • Har Mar Superstar
To celebrate 5 years of "Loud And Quiet", a small record label arm of the company was created in 2010 for the release of 'I AM V', a compilation featuring selected bands from past issues of the magazine. These included Health, Metronomy, Gold Panda and
The album's release came with an extensive world tour, opening for Deerhoof, High Places,
and Matt And Kim, which had the band spanning the same area as the previous 20-month tour over the last four months of 2008. The trip was full of extremes in luck. In August the band was towed in Chicago. Once they got it back it was then reportedly stolen by a police officer in Arizona.
Aside from contributing horns to the last two TVOTR records, Bogie also played saxophone on the Yeah Yeah Yeahs "It's Blitz!", produced by Dave Sitek, where his work can be heard on "Zero", "Dragon Queen", and "Hysteric". He has also worked with Sitek on tracks by Zack de la Rocha, Holly Miranda's "The Magician's Private Library", Massive Attack, Wale, Foals, Get Hustle, Pink Noise
and Scarlett Johansson's album of Tom Waits covers, "Anywhere I Lay My Head".
In late 2008, PopGun booked a number of one-off events at Glassland Gallery. They established a monthly event that featured acts such as The Secret Machines,
, Bear In Heaven, Hercules & Love Affair, Holy Ghost, and Marnie Stern, often presenting five or more bands performing late into the night. After several months, PopGun was offered control of in-house talent buying for Glasslands, making them the primary decision-makers for programming at the venue.
The band has shared the stage with bands such as The Dirty Projectors,
, Asobi Seksu, The Blow, Dear Nora, Yacht, and more. 2005 saw the release of their debut effort, "End of the Sweet Parade", which was mixed with Derek Morton of the Mikroknytes, and gained them critical recognition by sources such as The Wire and The Washington Post. After their Autumn 2005 tour with Portions Toll, they released a split 7" single, entitled "Fan Fiction," which features both bands.
Portner joined Nina Mehta and Kate Rosko of the New York based band "First Nation" in June 2006 as a drummer, shortly after Melissa Livaudis of
left the band. With Mehta and Rosko she started to write new material as well as playing shows around New York City and at the "Midi Festival" in France in August 2006. After changing the band's name to "Rings", they eventually recorded the full length Black Habit in March 2008 at Rove Studios in Kentucky along with Kristin Anna Valtysdottir who produced the record.
In 2010, Polachek formed an all girl project called Girl Crisis along with the members of Au Revoir Simone,
, Class Actress, Acrylics, Apache Beat, TEEN, This Frontier Needs Heroes, Amazing Baby and Lights(Knapp and Vedder). The group did two covers a year, one in summer and one in winter with a song that features female and male vocals, respectively. Among the covers were that of The Bangles, Black Sabbath, Nirvana and Ace of Base. They were shot via Super8 by Bek Andersen
On Friday 30 May, three-piece psych-pop combo The Ruby Suns brought their Polynesian rhythms and djembe drums to the Crawdaddy stage. Brooklyn experimentalists
played their first ever Dublin show, their debut album "Dance Mother" is due for release in the summer. Boston three-piece, Buffalo Tom and David Kitt played a joint headliner at Tripod, David Kitt's only Dublin gig this year. Later, Simbad & Zed Bias played POD with support from Dublin's Stereotonic DJs. In Crawdaddy, DJ Marky was on the decks. Seminal DJ Sasha played in Tripod.
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