TELEPATHE 'Dance Mother'.
Dance Mother is the debut album of the synthpop duo Telepathe. It was released on January 26, 2009 via IAMSOUND Records and Cooperative Records. The album was produced by Dave Sitek of TV on the Radio. The US releases of the album contain 3 extra tracks: So Fine (Chairlift remix), Devil's Trident (The Big Pink Specialization Reality) and Michael (Atticus Ross remix). Music videos for "So Fine" and "Chrome's On It" were produced. All tracks written by Telepathe.
Telepathe has toured with The Strokes' frontman Julian Casablancas, in addition to friend DJ Diplo, Ladytron and The Faint Discography. EPs. Farewell Forest EP (2006).
Pronounced telepathy, Telepathe are Busy Gangnes and Melissa Livaudais, two fresh-faced girls from Brooklyn who dress like Klaxons’ witchy sisters and who, last winter, aroused hipsters everywhere with the treacly twirl of Chromes On It, which painted them as a kind of ghetto Cocteau Twins.
Bobbling an opportunity to prove the band's merit once and for all, Dance Mother leaves many of these questions unanswered. The album's most obvious problem is that its two best cuts- the above-mentioned singles- are those fans are already familiar with.
Telepathe – Dance Mother. Label: V2 Records – VVR932197, Cooperative Music – VVR932197. Country: UK & Europe. Producer – David Andrew Sitek (tracks: 2 to 8). Written-By, Arranged By, Performer – Telepathe. P) & (C) 2009 Telepathe under exclusive license to V2 Records International.
Devil's Trident, 04:24.
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Dance Mother is a fitting name for Telepathe's debut album: the band's mix of hard-edged beats and softer electronic textures often feels strangely primordial, like it's growing and evolving into something that will eventually become dance music. Despite the drums that propel every track, these songs lean toward the dancefloor but only step on it occasionally, preferring instead to cast hazy, free-flowing atmospheres. Telepathe began with these experimental roots on their first EPs, gradually getting more pop with each release.
|2||Chrome’s On It||4:12|
|4||In Your Line||4:29|
|5||Lights Go Down||4:48|
|6||Can’t Stand It||6:12|
|8||Trilogy: Breath Of Life, Cimes And Killings, Threads And Knives||6:59|
|10||So Fine (Chairlift Remix)|
|11||Devil's Trident (The Big Pink Specialization Reality)|
|12||Michael (Atticus Ross Remix)|
NotesUS-Release with 3 bonus tracks.
|VVR932197||Telepathe||Dance Mother (CD, Album)||V2 Records, Cooperative Music||VVR932197||UK & Europe||2009|
|IAM023||Telepathe||Dance Mother (CD, Album)||IAmSound Records||IAM023||US||2008|
|VVR932197P||Telepathe||Dance Mother (CD, Album, Promo)||V2 Records, Cooperative Music||VVR932197P||UK & Europe||2009|
|VVR932197||Telepathe||Dance Mother (CD, Album, Sup)||V2 Records, Cooperative Music||VVR932197||Australia||2009|
|VMMM-0001||Telepathe||Dance Mother (CD, Album, Bon)||....MMMM, Village Again||VMMM-0001||Japan||2009|