Artist-producer duo, Telemarkk, immerse themselves in a world of atmospheric synth-pop, fusing dream pop with modern electronica to create enthralling textured productions that are obscure yet outstanding. Max Berg and Asad Siddiqui, childhood friends from Southampton UK, describe the sound as an ambiguous expansion of their love for varied genres of music, a key factor in forging their uniqueness whilst still developing their sound at such a tender age of artistry.
Quintessentially inspired by the synth sounds of the 80s, the duo notes their influences as varied from modern alt-pop such as ‘MGMT’ and ‘The 1975’, to the more retro roots of ‘New Order’ and ‘The Human League’. On-stage, the indie-pop duo captivates their audience much like the latter; immersing themselves into their accompaniment of synthesisers and music technology to showcase the extended depth of their tracks through live sound-scaping. Telemarkk, in the brisk pre-pandemic period since the duo began showcased their live performance ability along the South Coast of England expanding their productions into captivating and engaging live performances.
Aiming to keep each release fresh with new ideas and stylistic traits between lockdowns, Telemarkk layer dreamily arpeggiated tones, shimmering synthesisers and crisp defined drums to create their latest single ‘Reflection’, a nostalgic track reflecting on the year gone by, and with a feature as a BBC Introducing Record of the Week, shows the brilliant progression of Telemarkk’s sound…