Article Image

Telemachus, aka Chemo, is set to drop his new genre-defying album ‘Boring & Weird Historical Music’ on High Focus Records. 

Sort of picking up where he left it in ‘Telemachus in Morocco’ back in 2014, this conceptual amalgamation of Trip-Hop, Ambient, West African High Life, Dancehall, Jungle, Folk and Film Soundtracks firmly consolidates Telemachus place outside of any defined genre. 

He is joined on his Vietnamese folk tale inspired journey by the similarly genre-breaking Jerome Thomas, as well as Killa P in the more upbeat ‘Wickedest Ting’. Subhash Chander does the narrating in what is as much a story as it is an album.

Stay in touch with Telemachus:

Website

Facebook

Instagram

Twitter

Latest News

“I have always been open to writing any genre and style. I guess that’s why the Moonsama chaos methodology resonates…

An initiative backed by Giles Petterson and Arts Council England has led to the release of the 6th Future Bubblers…

Hidden away in a desktop file named ‘father’ in a studio overlooking the Adriatic sea, there was a lost, forgotten…

Dead Tribe (AKA Marco Garavini) released a new Web3 4-track EP called ‘Mare’. The music result from years of experimenting with analogue synthesisers and…