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Telepathe

Telepathe
Metro Chicago in 2009
Background information
Origin Brooklyn, New York
Genres Experimental rock, synthpop, electronica
Years active 2009 (2009)–present
Labels Federal Prism, The Social Registry, IAMSOUND
Website
Members Busy Gangnes
Melissa Livaudis

Telepathe (pronounced telepathy[1] and meant with some literal meaning[2]) is an electronic pop duo[3] from Brooklyn[4] consisting of core members Busy Gangnes and Melissa Livaudis.[5][6] The band also includes other occasional musicians,[7] such as Ryan Lucero.

Telepathe has toured with The Strokes' frontman Julian Casablancas, in addition to friend DJ Diplo,[8] Ladytron and The Faint. Their 2009 debut album, Dance Mother, was produced by TV on the Radio's David Sitek.[9]

Discography

Albums
  • Dance Mother (2009)
EPs
  • Farewell Forest EP (2006)
  • Sinister Militia EP (2007)
  • Chrome's On It EP (2008)
Singles
  • Throw Away This / Destroyer (2011)
Remixes

References

External links

  • Telepathe on MySpace Music
  • Discogs
  • Elle magazine
  • IAMSOUND Website Biography


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