Telagraf | Unboxing

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by Telagraf

A diverse collection of Electro Pop featuring spine tingling jazz inspired vocals with a distinctive mixture of new wave, alternative rock, dance and house musical styles.
Genre: Electronic: Alternative Dance
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1. Intro
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2. Boxed In
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3. Cell Phone (Remix)
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4. Interlude 1
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5. Loving
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6. Interlude 2
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7. Tell Me That
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8. Interlude 3
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9. Is U Is
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Album Notes
Unboxing is the second full-length EP by New York band Telagraf. The album's imagery burgeoned from the blossoming Brooklyn art scene at a Factory Fresh exhibit called Boxed In, presented by Plaztikmag. The EP's cover shot features an original piece created by Plaztikmag called Shallow Dreams. Photographed from closed to open, the box mirrors the musical and personal development that accompanied the CD's making.

The band has challenged and stretched their musical style and palette, by reaching into new genres. The tracks reflect a sonic push from the alternative rock roots showcased on their first release Outpost. Replete with with social commentary and personal introspection the duo never forgets to have a little fun and make you move.


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