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|1.||"Family Of Aliens" (3:52)|
|3.||"Song For A Seagull" (3:57)|
|4.||"Between The Rain" (3:45)|
|5.||"Always Dreaming" (4:07)|
|6.||"Submarine Life" (5:30)|
|1.||"Twisted Heart" (3:42)|
|2.||"Somebody's Island" (3:20)|
|3.||"Sea Of Wine" (4:49)|
|4.||"Fun Destruction" (2:59)|
Moshi Moshi have for a long time now held their place as a trusted source in harbouring fresh, exploratory indie and pop, with the likes of Hercules & Love Affair, the enigmatic Tom Vek, Au Revoir Simone and Hot Chip's Alexis Taylor common names seen across its discography. Another trusted group for the label is Teleman who deliver their third full length, a record that's boasted as freer and more collaborative than anything they've done before. Wayfarer-wearing synth pop is a nice way to thematicise the LP Family Of Aliens though, with hints of UK-indie - in true Moshi Moshi style - intertwining with Frenchy synth pop. The mellow cruise and space vocoders of "Submarine Life" is a sweet dream to listen to alongside the meaner night drive of "Cactus", a number invoking images of a New Mexico desert with Roswell somewhere over in the distance.
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