Ionosonde Recordings


Who is Telegraphy ?

Richard Sudney
Richard Sudney

Richard Sudney from Detroit Michigan U.S.A. is a electronic music producer and sound designer who’s influence is heavily seated in early dub techno. A renegade artist with a backwards style of production using out of date and home built equipment, fabricates up lifting vibrant sounds that are far echos of Detroit techno and dub. Releasing tracks on the internet since 2005 under the moniker Monopole and more recently Telegraphy, major netlabels took notice of his unique sound. TestTube, rec72, Clinical Archives, Headphonica, and Happypuppy recordings just name a few. Richards presents on the web prompted the curation of his own solo artist microlabel Metal-Oxide-Malfunction and then ultimately Ionosonde Recordings in 2010, where all of his material is now released from. With dozens of digital albums under his belt, in 2013 he released the physical CD Ionosonde under his own name.

There are 4 songs you can download for free…

  1. Cosmic Induction Generator
  2. Extraluminal Transmission
  3. Versor Algebra
  4. Four Quadrant Theory

Influenced by the genius renegade electrical engineer and teacher Eric P. Dollard who is better known as the modern day living Tesla. “Earth Stereo”by Telegraphy is a sound journey through the mind of this brilliant inventor. If synthesizers could speak of his work – they would sound like this. Speaking in occult mathematics and higher understanding of fundamental electronics, Telegraphy puts in motion the fundamentals of sound. With a full range of dub techno echos and reverb, each track contains hidden aspects of natural math and tonalities. Pushing the boundaries of the low end spectrum with base and plenty of it (just like with Eric’s experiments) Telegraphy opens up a new door to revel a new direction for dub techno to go in.

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