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  1. Telepathy (from the Greek τῆλε, tele meaning "distant" and πάθος/-πάθεια, pathos or -patheia meaning "feeling, perception, passion, affliction, experience") is the purported vicarious transmission of information from one person to another without using any known human sensory channels or physical interaction. The term was coined in by the classical scholar Frederic W. H.
  2. Moving from improvisational drones to experimental, danceable pop in just a few releases, Telepathe are the project of Busy Gangnes and Melissa Livaudais and a rotating cast of supporting musicians. Songwriter/percussionist/dancer Gangnes, formerly of Wikkid, worked with Young People's Katie Eastburn on the Starter Set dance project and is also a yoga instructor; multi-instrumentalist.
  3. Telepathe use synths, keyboards, a drum-machine and little else to create an electronic, psychedelic rollercoaster, which, if asthmatic in its delivery, teases the listener in /5(5).
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  5. The supposed process of communicating through means other than the senses, as by the direct exchange of thoughts.
  6. Telepathe (pronounced telepathy and meant with some literal meaning) is an electronic pop duo from Brooklyn consisting of core members Busy Gangnes and Melissa Livaudis. The band also includes other occasional musicians, such as Ryan Lucero. Telepathe has toured with The Strokes' frontman Julian Casablancas, in addition to friend DJ Diplo, L.
  7. Telepathe - So Fine Lyrics. Pusher be the test and I beat to the rest In my head, in my head now Slow candle burning with your flame on high and now I'm dry land so Pla.
  8. Dance Mother is a fitting name for Telepathe's debut album: the band's mix of hard-edged beats and softer electronic textures often feels strangely primordial, like it's growing and evolving into something that will eventually become dance music. Despite the drums that propel every track, these songs lean toward the dancefloor but only step on it occasionally, preferring instead to cast hazy 7/