Hotel 5: teleg. (SDM​-​026)

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Link to the Video: vimeo.com/sdmpdx/hotel-5-teleg

Hotel: An impulsive expression and instantaneous production of art from beyond the usual.
The Composition on Side A is Comprised Of:

1. Things Are Not As They Seem
2. I Think I Can, I Think I Can
3. What Hath God Wrought?
4. Telegrapher.

The Composition on Side B is Titled:

Astromusicological Explorations

A very limited run project. First take recordings. No overdubs. Limited mixing/mastering. The artwork and tape color is chosen by the and the tapes are hand assembled and dubbed by Sonic Debris Multimedia. The first 10 copies are owned by the artists and the parties involved in the production. 10 through 25 can be purchased by you!

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released November 27, 2015

Performances by teleg.
soundcloud.com/teleg-2
www.facebook.com/teleg-1488683774741547/info/?tab=page_info

teleg. is Ted and Andria
teleg. is from Moscow, ID

Recorded Live at the Alice Coltrane Memorial Coliseum on May 15, 2015
and Live for Broadcast on KBOO's 'The Outside World?', Hosted by Daniel Flessas, on October 24, 2015.
Live Recording and Live Mix/Air Recording: Nicholas L. Swartz
Mixing, Engineering, & Mastering: Nicholas L. Swartz
Art: Jenna Boelens
Layout/Design: Matt Palenske
Video Recording: Jubel Brosseau and Kelly Ockinga
Recorded Live on Portland State's Campus at the KPSU Radio Station
Mastered, Produced & Duplicated by Sonic Debris Multimedia
Released by SadoDaMascus Records, a Division of SDMPDX, LLC

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SadoDaMascus Records is based out of Portland, OR. It is the release arm of the Sonic Debris Multimedia, LLC recording and art collective. SDM Records was started as a means of releasing material primarily by Sister Mamie Foreskin, but quickly began focusing on an eclectic array of Pacific Northwest, experimental leaning artists that embrace electronics in some form. ... more

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