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.
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8/10 Clinton Staff review, 08 April 2015
This will go as quick as Alan Wells in the 1980 Summer Olympics so I’d get in there fast and push the button that delivers the records if I were you.
On the hip and influential Speedy Wunderground label, a brand new 7” from, popsters Teleman. The idea behind the the label is that the music will be recorded and mixed in just two days. I’d wager that this has actually done Teleman a favour and this track sounds fresh and vital. In any case they are one of the UK’s most underrated pop forces and if last years ‘Breakfast’ didn’t tear a Metronomy shaped hole in the charts then this should open a few new ears to their fab electronic pop.
The B side is a digi-dub version which is fine but less than essential. You’ll want for the fabbo A side and to have something a little collectable.
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