Telepathy is back. After a holiday break to recharge their engines, the Los
Angeles foursome is embarking on its first Northern California tour. The
will be making its debut at Moe's Alley on January 30th followed by a return
the Boom Boom Room on January 31st. On Saturday February 1st, Telepathy
be headlining a very big show at Santa Clara University in San Jose followed
a debut at Blakes in Berkley on February 2nd. The band will make its
homecoming back to LA on February 5th at Club Lingerie.
Why should you care about any of this? It’s because Telepathy is musically
fire right now, burning up every club stage they touch. Telepathy has been
together for almost four-years and they are making their first stops at some
Northern California’s hottest venues. During those four-year’s they’ve
the stage with such bands as Particle, Lake Trout, Ozomatli, G. Love, The
Samples; they’ve headlined the House of Blues in LA, curated a monthly
residency at the Knitting Factory, and even covered the Radiohead album OK
Computer in its entirety for good measure.
The last time they were in Northern Cali, Telepathy was playing the Great
American Music Hall supporting Frank Zappa alumni, Mike Keneally. The
audience didn’t know what hit ‘em. Telepathy’s mixture of monster chops,
jams, great songs, and stank funkiness, converted the Zappa faithful into
believers in these young twenty-something's with skills beyond their age.
Since then, Telepathy has gotten even better and tighter. With the addition
Rhodes pianist, Aaron Arntz, to the mix Telepathy’s songs have become more
textured and cohesive and every jam is guaranteed to take off. The band
wait to bring their music to the NorCal audience on their upcoming road
trip. If you are able to
these shows, you will someday have the privilege of saying "I saw them when..."
Check out Telepathymusic.com for show updates and a complete Live Music Set
List archive dating back to Telepathy shows from the year 2000. It’s about
time for you to get to know Telepathy.