metal machine music... moody and alluring.
edwin pouncey, the wire
beautiful, chaotic and compelling - genres are unimportant, the telescopes pay pigeonholes as much attention as pigeons do immigration officials. the telescopes are truly transcendental, they make the music they feel moved to when they feel moved to do so. contracts, careers and industry clutter form no part of their creation. this is why they can record a perfect pulse drone backwash like 'another sky' and equally why legions of allegedly cutting edge bands will rip off and run out with a dilute version within the next year. this is why 'household objective#2' is the coolest and scariest piece of electronica to surface since the BBC's radiophonic workshop got dr who off to a flier. the telescopes light a torch under the arse of a depressingly homogenized world, but don't follow theirs, light your own, it's what they'd prefer.
released December 7, 2012
on these recordings the telescopes are..
stephen lawrie, joanna doran & lorin halsall.
all songs copyright control stephen lawrie 2006.
written, arranged and produced by stephen lawrie.
at st chads + the experimental health unit.