“Floating between crystalline electronica, misty shoegaze and ass-shaking club-rap, ‘Dance Mother’ is disorientating by design; like being set down on some unfamiliar street corner where the drone of synth from a nearby window meets the boom of bass from a passing car, and snippets of overheard conversation hang in the air like cryptic incantations. More than any other outfit since TV On The Radio, Telepathe illustrate the modern hipster condition: why choose between Lil Wayne, Animal Collective, Madonna and My Bloody Valentine, when you can have all of it, all at once?” — New Music Express
TELEPATHE: We stopped being avant-garde three years ago.
TELEPATHE: It probably did land us that tour in Europe before our album was released…god, we love the internet!!! It also landed us a tour in Australia and New Zealand!!!
TELEPATHE: Dave Sitek is a mentor for sure, and we are discussing doing some stuff together, but as far as the next record, there are like 7 or 8 producers we want to work with including Dave.
TELEPATHE: Tony “Pretty Tony” Butler.
[As told to BRITTNEY BARRETT/Telepathe photo by ANDREAS LASZLO KONRATH]