Télépopmusik's sophomore effort is filled with beautiful backing tracks. Pillows of soft synth slowly emerge while pianos, harps, brass instruments, electronic ticks, and glitches stroll in and out of the picture as they please. This subdued electronica landscape is something to get lost in, and while it's nothing you haven't heard before, it's exactly what headphones crave on rainy days and almost enough to excuse the hackneyed lyrics and overindulgence. The overall preciousness may be trying to anyone the least bit jaded, but Télépopmusik know their way around a studio and can deliver a velvety soundscape that other trip-hoppers would die for.
Performance CreditsTélépopmusik Primary Artist
Deborah Anderson Vocals,Background Vocals,Guest Appearance
Damon Brown Trumpet,Flugelhorn,Musician,Guest Appearance
Angela McCluskey Vocals,Guest Appearance
Paul Cantelon Piano,Musician,Guest Appearance
Fabrice Dumont Double Bass,Group Member
Christophe "Disco" Minck Harp,Musician,Guest Appearance
Sebastien Buffet Percussion,Drums,Bowls
Technical CreditsFabrice Dumont Arranger,Orchestral Arrangements,Choir Arrangement
Francois Fichu Orchestration
Télépopmusik Producer,Audio Production
Christophe Hetier Composer
Antipop Sound Effects
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Look, im a DJ. I spin all over NYC, and this is the best thing to hit the streets since direct drive turntables. the mello trip-hop grooves just pull you in and you cant help but to flow with the music. and these guys aren't just electro happy rave kids, not even close.They bridge the gap with a doped-up mix of jazz, dance grooves, hip hop, and extremely seductive vocals. If you spin, you gotta own this !!