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Teleman
Family of Remixes

They are a rather good band Teleman. Nice and winsome with a krauty edge. I'm not sure how suited they are to the remix format but this CD only round up of all the remixes commissioned for their latest album Family of Aliens may give us some idea. I've barely heard of a name on it but presumably this is because all are London tastemaker type artists. Might bring an added electronic pulse to their nice sounds though.  

Teleman
Family of Aliens

London indie four-piece, defined by two neat haircuts and two less neat, Teleman follow-up 2016’s Brilliant Sanity with their third studio Album, Family of Aliens. Known for their smart lyrics, carefree guitar work and earworm-ready melodies, Family of Aliens finds them adding electronic shades to their sound. Limited edition red vinyl LP, standard black vinyl LP and CD on Moshi Moshi.

Teleman
Fünf

Funf is Teleman’s third release following 2014’s Breakfast and 2016’s Sanity - two pretty neat albums, it has to be said. The EP is also their most experimental work. The band decided to throw themselves a curve ball, well, five curve balls to be exact. They worked with a different producer for each track on the EP, picking them all from electronic and dance backgrounds. The producers involved were Timothy J. Fairplay, Oli Bayston of Boxed In, Moscoman, Bullion and Ghost Culture. The result is still Teleman-esque but seasoned slightly differently, which was the band’s aim.

Teleman
Brilliant Sanity

Seeking out the art of the perfect pop song, Teleman’s second album Brilliant Sanity captures some of the joy that went into the creation of the music. Well honed and impeccably played, featuring the four piece, with brothers Tommy and Johnny on vocals, guitar and synth  drummer Hiro Amamiya and Pete Cattermoul on bass. On vinyl and CD.

Teleman
Strange Combinations

Teleman are the latest band to take part in South London producer, Dan Carey’s Speedy Wunderground project with their song, Strange Combinations. The B-side features a dub version of the track. Strange Combinations is a brand new three minute burst of dynamic rhythms, with synths that build and reverb-drenched vocals. Teleman have had a successful twelve months with their debut album, Breakfast doing well critically and commercially. The idea of the Speedy Wunderground project is to record and mix 7” singles within two days and release them as soon as they’re ready. Very little marketing and promotion takes place.