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Telesonic 9000 - Information Press Release

Single Announcement: 03 August 2021
Single Release Date: 03 September 2021
Music Video Premiere: 01 October 2021

Information, the new single from the multimedia art rock project Telesonic 9000, is released September 3rd! Combining pulsating beeps and rhythms, quirky spoken word samples, and synths evoking the dawn of the computer era, the track sounds fresh and immersed in an energetic retro-future.

The music video for Information is a forward moving mashup of dozens of 20th century archive films, featuring old school oscillators, vintage laboratories, and IBM-esque punch cards, leading to a kaleidoscopic, technicolored climax. The video arrives October 1st.

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Information - Single Artwork

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Telesonic 9000

Channeling an era of progress and optimism towards a future which never arrived, the multimedia art rock project Telesonic 9000 weaves together energetic music and midcentury film footage to produce a unique brand of retrofuturist sound and imagery.

Taking cue from the creative explorations of new wave bands and early electro-pop, Telesonic 9000’s sound is embodied by a driving rhythm section, mellotron textures, and sleek electronic flourishes. A kinetic collage of postwar film clips accompanies each song, marked by space age sound effects and spoken word samples. Dense with “future-is-now” sensibility, the final product is a distinct style of music-film that sounds new, looks old, and feels like the future we've been waiting for.

The concept is brought to life in an immersive live show, blending dynamic music with video projections synchronized in realtime.

Formed in Berlin by American drummer and producer Dominick Gray, Telesonic 9000 began as a solo show interplaying video projections with reactive live drumming. Dominick researched and respliced over 300 films from the public domain to make the “Telesonic Film Concert”, which was performed and refined to unsuspecting audiences in clubs and art spaces around the globe. This culminated in the release of the 50-minute long album/film Progress in 2019. Following tours of Europe and Japan, Dominick returned to the US in late 2019, expanding the project into a full band for live shows.

“I wanted to mix the experiences of going to a concert and cinema at the same time,” Dom says regarding the idea behind Telesonic 9000. “You can have the energy and emotion of what are normally separate experiences joined into one.”

Telesonic 9000’s upcoming EP Modern World is inspired by the early computer revolution, and looks at life and times in our techno-society. Modern World arrives on November 5th.


Quote for the new single Information

Dominick Gray, the drummer and producer behind Telesonic 9000, says:

“The idea was to make a song that conveys the nature of our information age, which is simultaneously exciting and overwhelming. The digital revolution, for all its wow factor, has turned communication into a superhighway of static noise.”

Information (preview stream)

Information (preview video)

Information YouTube Link - coming soon
Information Embed Link - coming soon


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photo credit: RATAVÖLOIRA


photo credit: Kat Arndt

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Press Quote

"The music ... fizzes with optimism, with krautrock-fuelled grooves, YMO-style electronic twinkles and ... electro-funk workouts – all tied together by his hypnotic jazzy live drumming."

                                                                                       - Mookid Music

Notable Performances

Casa da Música - Porto, PT
Music Tech Fest - Berlin, DE
Live Performers Meeting - Rome, IT
Live Fact - Kuala Lumpur, MY
Future Soundscapes Festival - Berlin, DE
More Than Music at Kagurane - Tokyo, JP
Toledo Museum of Art - Toledo, USA

Telesonic 9000 is a recipient of the Arts Commission of Greater Toledo's Accelerator Grant, supporting the licensing of HQ footage from various archives.


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