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New Telyscopes EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Close Types, the new EP from Telyscopes, recently entered our orbit. Turn on to the refreshing, melodic, psych-pop drift. Those jangly, free-floating, futuristic vibes still retain a humanistic perspective that keeps one connected. You'll also be treated to a cover of Smashing Pumpkins' beloved "Drown," which originally appeared on the Singles soundtrack.

New Telyscopes LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Sandwiching the zoomed-in lyricism of bedroom folk with the strange, space-dwelling setting of psych, The Hobbyist, the new album from Telyscopes (led by Jack Hubbell), aligns one on a pleasant trajectory. Light layers of instrumentation are compounded by the tranquilizing presence of falsetto. While the album is characterized as "A 'tuna casserole' with some new songs and old leftovers strewn together in no particular order,” the collection retains a sense of unity. Along with Jawncarlo, Georgey V, and Earthboy, Telyscopes will be performing on Saturday, January 27 at a Castle Productions billing.

New Telyscopes LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Loosely inspired by Richard Adams's 1972 fantasy novel Watership Down, High Fidelity Drag, the new album from Telyscopes, a.k.a. Jack Hubbell, exhibits elements of uplifting melodies, countered by fragments of discord. Free-floating in a psych-pop dream, the songs', often optimistic sonic structures, mask a lyrical darkness/cynicism. Go ahead, and drift into its depths. Telyscopes will perform as part of Granz's EP release show this Friday, August 4 at The Grape Room, on a lineup that also includes Bazmati Vice, The Classic Hunt, and Somethin' Divine.

New Track: "Alcoholics (The Last Drop)" - Telyscopes

High Fidelity Drag, the forthcoming album from Telyscopes, will be released on July 14. Its latest single, “Alcoholics (The Last Drop),” occupies a dreary albeit jangly headspace. With lo-fi psych-folk, whose lyrical lines intriguing twist amid transition, the track journeys into rugged, noisy terrains of jagged, angular guitar riffs before its abrupt conclusion. It's grounded in a narrative that certainly needs more than one listen.


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