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Telegraph

Telegraph

Telegraph


1) Telegraph is an Italian electronic band characterized by marked synthpop influences and heavily inspired by the New Wave movement. The project originated in 2010 in Bari (southern Italy) brainchild of Davide Colella, and started with the first line-up to work on the earliest compositions in 2011. In April 2012, the band qualified for the regional final of the ‘Gothic Room’ festival, performing then as opening act for industrial band Surgery, and in November of the same year, for electropop band Ottodix. Read more on Last.fm
1) Telegraph is an Italian electronic band characterized by marked synthpop influences and heavily inspired by the New Wave movement. The project originated in 2010 in Bari (southern Italy) brainchild of Davide Colella, and started with the first line-up to work on the earliest compositions in 2011. In April 2012, the band qualified for the regional final of the ‘Gothic Room’ festival, performing then as opening act for industrial band Surgery, and in November of the same year, for electropop band Ottodix. The year 2013 starts with Francesco Romeo Sacco joining the line-up and, in the autumn of that year, the band self-produced a demo EP titled ‘Open Wounds’, which includes the early songs of the band. Since 2014, Davide and Romeo decided to renew the project and 'Telegraph' becomes a duo that immediately started working on the songs that will form the debut album. The first single from the new course is 'The Veil of Maya', published on September 11, 2014, as a digital release. In 2015 the band returns on stage with two opening acts: May 29 with 'Peine Perdue' and November 21 with ‘L.A.S.'s Crime’. At the end of the same year it’s completed and announced the first full-length album 'Beyond Good and Evil', released by russian label ScentAir Records in 2016. 2) Digging up Telegraph's roots takes us back to Detroit, Michigan 1993, and the inception of a ska band named the Skolars. Formed by original members Mark Penxa and Jeffrey Sanguis, the band started making a place for itself in the midwest scene. The foundation for what would become Telegraph had been laid.

In 1998, Parka Kings bassist Matt Van was added to the fold, and Derek Grant, former drummer for Suicide Machines, also joined up. 3) Dayton, Ohio birthed band of keyboardist Darren Callahan of the unfamous but important Oo Oo Wa playing all instruments on his 22 track home recorded masterpiece Experimentfarmroad(released 1996) 4) TELEGRAPH (Jakarta, Indonesia) It began in the end of 2004, TELEGRAPH became one of the members in Indonesia indie music scene. Taking the name from one of the communication tools, gives the band such a dazzling name to say, read and write. Influenced by The Cure, Bloc Party and Interpol which makes a good harmony. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ We are ready to warm Indonesia up with its mixture of Post Punk Revival, Shoegaze, and New Wave Indie Pop in our own style.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Berawal diakhir 2004. Nama TELEGRAPH kita ambil dengan maksud semoga musik kita dapat didengar dan diterima oleh segenap pecinta musik, terkirim layaknya sebuah telegram namun memiliki nada-nada dalam lingkar kreasi dan sound yang kami ciptakan sendiri. Mencoba untuk mengusung nuansa Post Punk Revival dan New Wave Indie Pop dengan unsur Shoegaze yang diilhami oleh The Cure, Bloc Party bahkan Interpol. Read more on Last.fm.

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