Anything that has anything the slightest bit to do with Cathal Coughlan is something you need to take notice of, we know that through his releases with iconic bands such as Microdisney, The Fatima Mansions and his own critically lauded solo work. But when you realise that the other half of Telefis is in-demand composer/mixer/producer Garret “Jacknife” Lee whose credits range from U2 to R.E.M. and from Modest Mouse to The Killers, to name a few, you realise that there is no way that you can just walk past such a musical coupling without sampling its wares…

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