Telepathe

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Telepathe
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Photomontage of Telepathe's Melissa Livaudais and Busy Gangnes at Metro Chicago in 2009
Background information
Origin Brooklyn, New York
Genres Experimental rock, synthpop, electronica
Years active2009 (2009)–present
Labels Federal Prism, The Social Registry, IAMSOUND
Website myspace.com/telepathe
MembersBusy Gangnes
Melissa Livaudais

Telepathe (pronounced telepathy [1] and meant with some literal meaning [2] ) are an electronic pop duo [3] from Brooklyn [4] consisting of core members Busy Gangnes and Melissa Livaudais. [5] [6] The band also includes other occasional musicians, [7] such as Ryan Lucero.

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Telepathe has toured with The Strokes' frontman Julian Casablancas, in addition to friend DJ Diplo, [8] Ladytron and The Faint. Their 2009 debut album, Dance Mother, was produced by TV on the Radio's David Sitek. [9]

The Strokes American rock band

The Strokes are an American rock band from New York City. Formed in 1998, the band is composed of singer Julian Casablancas, lead guitarist Nick Valensi, rhythm guitarist Albert Hammond Jr., bassist Nikolai Fraiture, and drummer Fabrizio Moretti. Following the conclusion of five-album deals with RCA and Rough Trade, the band has continued to release new music through Casablancas' Cult Records.

Julian Casablancas lead singer and frontman for The Strokes

Julian Fernando Casablancas is an American/Danish singer/songwriter who is the lead singer of the American rock bands The Strokes and The Voidz, founded in 2013. In the midst of The Strokes' hiatus between the release of their third and fourth albums, Casablancas embarked on his solo career, during which the album Phrazes for the Young was released in November 2009, as well as a multitude of collaborations with several other artists on their work—examples are The Lonely Island's 2009 album Incredibad and Daft Punk's 2013 album Random Access Memories.

Ladytron band

Ladytron are a British electronic music band formed in Liverpool, England in 1999. The group consists of Helen Marnie, Mira Aroyo, Daniel Hunt and Reuben Wu (synthesizers).

Discography

Studio albums
EPs
Singles
Remixes
TV on the Radio band

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Hardkiss is the group moniker of San Francisco electronic music pioneers Scott, Gavin, and Robbie Hardkiss. The trio formed a record label called Hardkiss Music in San Francisco in 1991. Initially promoting underground raves and dance parties where they would DJ, with Hardkiss Music they began to produce and release a catalog of vinyl records which stirred international recognition and launched DJ and production careers. Scott Hardkiss worked under the pseudonym God Within. Gavin Hardkiss works under the pseudonym Hawke. Robbie Hardkiss has worked under the pseudonym Little Wing. They also released music by a myriad of other artists including Rabbit in the Moon, Symbiosis and TTauri. Their music started as a mixture of acid house music, trance music, and breakbeat techno. Hardkiss Music became a blueprint for DJ owned boutique record labels.

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