Kurz-above by Telegraphy. Kurz-above by Telegraphy is licensed under a rcial-NoDerivatives (aka Music Sharing) . International License. For more permissions: contact artist.
Using tracks from his latest album Kurz-above, Telegraphy creates different pallets of sound through heavily processed dubbly delays. The textural differences from "Kurz-above can be apparent in this extended track which begins as if you were in the deepest part of the ocean where everything has a fluidity quality about it. Slowly you and the company of an octopus, rises toward the surface of the water as the track progresses. As recorded live at Ionosonde studios on March 15, 2013. All tracks were produced by Richard Sudney (Telegraphy) 2013.
The twelfth release of ionosonde recordings is all about dub techno on a micro scale. This frequency rang goes by the name "the Ka band" or Kurz-above. The Above stop by WFMU to promote their single "Georgia Peach" and to play some new songs from their impending second full length album. The oddessy and the discovery by trans atlantic rage was written on one falls day in 2005. Release on altered state reflections 2007. This freqency rang goes by the name the Ka band or Kurz-above. Using only analog gear to produce the best sound quality as posible, Telegraphy recreates sounds that might be heard by a person who’s in control of one of these radars.
Telegraphy Kurz-above Transmissions. Telegraphy Royal Reprise. Telegraphy When Sounds Are Meaningless. Telegraphy Total Awareness (Original Mix). Telegraphy Grey Beings.
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