Over the time cliff

words and photo by: Telegraphy


  11:00 pm December 31, 2012 should be the time when I'm out having fun but no I'm here writing this
for you, gathering my thoughts and wisdom of what transpired in the past 365 sun cycles. So as I reminisce of what happened or what should of - I've come to the conclusion that 2012 for ionosonde recordings was a great year ( artistically speaking). Telegraphy has evolved more so then in any other year, all thanks to better equipment and of course greater feed back from you the audience.    

 With this in mind, Telegraphy has unleashed himself from the occult electronic music world and into the exposed sound environment. With opportunities abound, Telegraphy has two tracks that will be release on an actual record label - namely heterodyne records  which will be released on a various artist  L.P. due out in January of 2013. Yes this will be the first time where you will have to pay to here Telegraphy.

Eggie Kishnoshky - abandon projects just outside
                                  downtown Detroit
  But enough of Telegraphy. Ionosonde recordings has manifested itself in a way I've never expected it to be: The only true one artist underground netlabel in Detroit. No one has done it in this town but ionosonde. So now as it's nearing that witching hour where I'll go outside and make some noise, and then only to have that noise suppressed by the thundering sounds of semi and fully automatic guns being fired off at midnight here in Detroit. I'll leave you with a end of the year appearance by the most mysterious  Polish American from hamtown U.S.A. ( Hamtramck ) the city inside of Detroit. Eggie Kishnoshky, who is posing for the camera at an abandon project just on the outskirts of downtown Detroit, presents you a gift to usher in the new year. A old transmitting vacuum tube in hand, a 813 tube to be exact, as a metaphorical gesture for 2013.  

               Happy new years and solitudes from Detroit
                                              Telegraphy

The Last Solstice

"I'm still here. Your still here. Everything is the same as it was a day ago."
                                                               Telegraphy December 21, 2012


  So what if the world ended on this date? What if we never had the chance to to save ourselves. Would all of us perish only to have our spirits transported to a different dimension while the loonytics  who built their own boom shelters would survive and bread more loonytics ? Would Telegraphy have been able to make this video of a improvisational minimal / ambient track just before the 21st and have watch it?

   

Watered Down Focal Point

cover by: Telegraphy

 Improvisational dubtechno from Telegraphy. Using field recordings from inside of a moving car traveling down a major highway in Detroit during a heavy rain storm was chosen as a back drop for this sporadic production.    

track listing:

01: Watered Down Focal Point.....10:22 min

02: Watered Down Echos.............10:26 min

03: Watered Down Drinks.............10:37 min

04: Watered Down Water.............8:20 min


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