teleg.

morse coding the gods of course moding

teleg. is an avant-garde/experimental music project concerned with the codes of sound and communication. The lyrics, all in Morse code, are supported by compositions and sound effects. Two homemade telegraphs articulate the Morse code. Accompanying sounds are made using objects, instruments and inventions including harmoniums, modified guitar/autoharp, triangles, toys, reverb tank, bells, egg slicers, theremin, noise spray, rat trap, mystic shaman flute, huffer, chains, xylophones...

teleg. performs live for qualified audiences.

Available releases:
teleg. e.p. (2015)
‐ Surrism Phonoethics
teleg. live (2015)
‐ SadoDaMascus Records


teleg. contributed a collaboration to Jaan Patterson and Friends' "The Interviews Vol. 3":

This compilation is based on cut-up samples that had been arranged by Jaan Patterson. Taken from Interviews of the following humans: Anthony Donovan, Francis Bacon, Frank Zappa, Georges Bataille, Gilles Deleuze, Jean Cocteau, Marcel Duchamp, Noam Chomsky, Paul √Čluard, William S. Burroughs.

Listen to it on the Free Music Archive




‐‐‐‐ teleg. videos ‐‐‐‐


Things Are Not As They Seem

I Think I Can I Think I Can

What Hath God Wrought?

SDMPDX Hotel Series Vol. 5: teleg.