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Album Review

If IDM is meant for coming down after a night of dancing to trance or house, then Fahrenheit Fair Enough is surely the sort of ambient bliss suited for bedtime. These electronic pieces are big on heavenly synth tones, while light breakbeats (augmented by computerized blips) sputter around below. The acoustic guitar on "John Thomas on the Inside Is Nothing but Foam" lends a refreshing organic element to the mix, fitting comfortably within the breakbeats. Fahrenheit Fair Enough borders on IDM and drum'n'bass at times but, for the most part, it's a soothing listen and one that'll bring you down gently.

Customer Reviews

Amazing.

The first time I listened was like eating chocolate for the first time. That's really the only comparison I can make, no joke.

Fair Far Enough

Joshua Eutis and Charles Cooper, the mastermind duo behind Telefon Tel Aviv have broken a sound barrier. They have snapped into the electronic music scene with a sound blending hip-hop rhythm with the long bells of eastern meditative thought. The third track, Lotus Above Water is a post-modern anthem for the contemporary mystic, blending layers of blips and beeps into an organically beautiful meter. But there are times when this experiment gets well-worn. Overtly titled tracks like, Your Face Reminds Me of When I was Old and What’s the Use of Feet if You Haven’t Got Legs? try too hard to sound deep when things could have been much more simple and elegantly experimental. But alas, the listener is saved by Introductory Nomenclature. This track is definitely a treat for the ears. The careful layers of sound evolve into a syncopated beat sophisticated enough for a Buddhist monk to either meditate on or shake their ass to. But the absolute crown jewel on this album lies within its title track, Fahrenheit Fair Enough. If Telefon Tel Aviv has it, they have it here. And I have a good feeling they are completely aware of it.

Good sleeping music

These guys now how to produce good music! beats are beatifully done!

Biography

Formed: 1999 in New Orleans, LA

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

New Orleans, LA experimental electronic duo Telefon Tel Aviv — high school friends Joshua Eustis and Charles Cooper — formed in 1999. After a four-song demo made its way to John Hughes III's Hefty label, the duo issued their debut album, Fahrenheit Fair Enough, in September 2001. This was just less than two weeks after the limited Midwest opening of New Port South, a film written by Hughes' brother James that featured material from the album, in addition to recordings by John Hughes III's...
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