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True to Form

Telemetry Orchestra has remained true to form- even though they recently added the vocals. I have been following them for about seven years since first hearing them on Triple J in Hobart on holiday (I live in the US). There are some slow ones here- Flicker, Face It Now, Inside (Watching), and to some extent, Miles Away. They are pleasant and serve as bridges between the catchier songs. My outright favorites are Hole In The Roof, Shine, and Pimlico. These three stand side-by-side with my favorites from their other works. Telemetry Orchestra have always been good songwriters. With the addition of the vocals, they have begun crafting more pop songs, but that isn't a bad thing. These songs are fresh and stand up to repeated listens. I do not tire of their older songs, and still immensely enjoy listening to Children Stay Free, their previous vocal effort, and Live Better Electrically, their electronic album. This is a great one to add to the collection.

Purely unique and beautiful

I too discovered Telemetry Orchestra on Channel Frederator, although it was a video from their previous release. So when I saw the most recent episode of Frederator and heard a familiar vocal style, my heart skipped a beat. They have a new album!! This is one of those albums where every song is a gem and you can't help but listen from beginning to end. It's a breath of fresh air in a genre filled with repetitive and shallow loops. Every second of audio is masterfully crafted with layer upon layer of intriguing sounds.


This is an amazing group. I first heard "Under the Cherry Tree" on a Channel Frederator podcast, and I was entranced by be music. While a few nuances remind me of Massive Attack, I like that it doesn't follow the same pattern most electonic music does. Go for it! It's a great album, but be sure to watch the music vid on frederator too.

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