Salvaged and/or relevant releases from 2007-present
"DWELL B/W BLACK BALLOONS"
Oct 13th, 2017
Crafted during a time of great change and tumultuous undertaking, The Ghost of Our Lord returns after 10 years in the Underworld to illustrate the effects of isolation in a globally-connected society, feeling helpless in affecting change in a world gone mad and experiencing both new life and death as a human entity while attempting to maintain hope for humanity.
R. STEVIE MOORE/TELE SPLIT 7"
April 15th, 2012
Citing R. Stevie as one of his biggest influences, Tele was honored when Moore agreed to cover his work. Each side of this hard-to-find 7" features one covering the other.
"PEOPLE EAT HUMANS OR HUMANS THE HUMAN ANIMAL"
Aug 31st, 2010
Under the moniker TELETHON, Tele backed himself up with a full band for this hard-hitting 4-song 7" release that explored the more aggressive and snotty side of his unique brand of deep-psych-pop.
"It's the kind of rock 'n' roll snobbery that makes rooting for the bad guy fun."
~Anthony Fantano, The Needledrop
May 1st, 2010
Solo EP focused on psychic tension, transient living and soul-searching, released the same day as Tele had learned a close friend took her own life. Features "Harry's A Postman" about his time with weirdo-pop artist Harry Merry and "R.S.V.P." which would later be covered by R. Stevie Moore.
"BEACH PARTY BLAST/QUASI IMMACULATE DECEPTION"
Oct 15th, 2007
The full length release that started it all, "Beach Party Blast..." introduced Tele to the freak-wave scene with a swath of lo-fi bedroom bangers that bordered on haunt-pop and baroque-psych.