Sunday, December 26, 2010

D.I.Y. CD sleeves

Thats right they are here. CD sleeves you can make your self. Simply download the pdf that contains front and back album art. Print it out on any standard 8.5 by 11 inch good quality paper. Cut out with scissors, fold and glue. It's easy and you get to use those CD-r's that have been laying around on your desk because you bought that i-pod 3 years ago so you wouldn't look like a loser in front of your friends using that old Walkman CD player while wearing your sweat bans around your wrists and fore head sweating to the beats of some demo D.J. set CD that you picked up at the local record store only because it was marked down from $2 to $1 and it had a sweet cover on it(whew). Well if that's the case. We have better CD covers.

MOM-001 CD sleeve

MOM-002 CD sleeve

MOM-003 CD sleeve

MOM-004 CD sleeve

MOM-005 CD sleeve

MOM-006 CD sleeve

MOM-007 CD sleeve

MOM-008 CD sleeve

MOM-009 CD sleeve

Monday, December 13, 2010





Track listing:
01: start
02: heart feet
03: wind and the tree
04: door
05: fat squirrel
06: wench
07: Arizona cab
08: my bike
09: I seen you
10: cold feet
11: them on the other side

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Saturday, December 11, 2010


First off, what is a "Ionosonde"? Well it's a scientific apparatus that measures the reflectivity of the ionosphere, you know the outer layer of the Earth that protect us humans from harmfully cosmic rays such as X and Gamma rays. So, how do you measure a major urban areas rate of decay? What bench mark do you use, Berlin or maybe Detroit ? Well if your a scientists that wants the most decayed and the most problematic city, it would seem the most logical choice would be Detroit.
Taking a walk in downtown Detroit after hours you will see and hear a dieing and decaying metropolis. The few soles that are around are too few to be counted on one hand. Their expressionless faces tells story's of disheartened content of the surroundings. The back alleys behind the empty dance halls which once cultivated Detroit techno, are now only explored by hungry rats. Skyscraper building (that for now are empty) only scrape un-used space.
Telegraphy's "Ionosonde" is a 25 minute scientific measurement of a decaying downtown Detroit. Based on three field recordings by Telegraphy. 1: A alley in Downtown Detroit at night. 2: 3am in the middle of town. 3: Cold overcast day on the 4th floor of the abandon Fisher Body Plant.

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