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Local punks Telepathic are back after the captivating 2016 release of Time Release, teaming up with Philly via Indianapolis’ Honey Radar for a 4-track split.

While Honey Radar’s two tracks blast by in under 4 minutes, their DIY art-rock-like vibe nips at the heels of Velvet Underground (especially in “Catalogues in the Dust”) making their under two-minute tracks stretch with jam-like hypnotics.

Telepathic actually takes the short-song cake with the strum-tastic “Apartment Complex,” where Rob Garcia’s emotional delivery moves in tandem with his rough and ready guitar alongside vocal harmonies from bassist Sarah Everton. “Second Guess” shakes with Modern Lovers-like energy, keeping instrumentation straightforward and catchy, as a rim cymbal accentuated chorus will make your hips twist.

Stream the EP below through Indianapolis’ Third Uncle Records, and snag some cassettes for the release’s official date on April 20th.

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