Telacord – ‘Warm’

In the pulsating heart of the rock music scene emerges a project that defies convention and embraces the raw essence of sonic exploration. Telacord, the brainchild of the singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Monte Lazaro, unveils its latest sonic odyssey with the EP “Warm” — a testament to the power of introspection, emotional resonance, and unbridled musical fervor. Picture this: eight tracks meticulously crafted in the sanctum of Lazaro’s creative realm. Each song, a powerful tapestry woven with intricate threads of gritty guitars, thunderous drums, and resounding basslines, converging to form a sonic landscape that oscillates between the realms of bombast and raw intimacy.

Telacord’s allure doesn’t end there. Apart from Monte Lazaro’s performances on vocals, guitars and bass, with a stroke of ingenuity, he enlisted the talents of different drummers found online, injecting each track with a unique rhythmic energy that propels the listener through diverse sonic journeys.

As the inaugural notes of “Lost Inside” reverberate through the ether, listeners are beckoned into a world of profound introspection. Lazaro’s soul-stirring vocals, coupled with introspective lyricism, serve as a poignant reminder of the human quest for authenticity amidst the chaos of existence. It’s a track that transcends mere sound, delving deep into the recesses of the soul.

“Never Heard Back” follows suit, delving into the labyrinthine corridors of longing and unrequited communication. Against a backdrop of ringing guitars and pulsating rhythms, Telacord navigates the tumultuous seas of human emotion with unwavering sincerity, leaving an indelible mark on the listener’s psyche.

Venturing further into the EP, “Age of Point No Return” emerges as a magnum opus of existential contemplation. With brooding lyricism and emotive vocals, Telacord invites listeners to confront the intricacies of the human condition, sparking a dialogue on the nature of existence itself.

“Just Saying” commands attention with its weighty philosophical musings, set against a backdrop of blistering rock instrumentation. It’s a sonic manifesto that demands introspection, urging listeners to ponder the fleeting nature of life and the pursuit of meaning in an ever-evolving world.

“Dreamland” offers a respite from the frenetic pace, embracing solitude and contemplation amidst swirling basslines and haunting melodies. It’s a journey into the depths of the subconscious, where the boundaries between reality and reverie blur into oblivion.

“Elisha vs 42 Evil Young Men” erupts with primal energy, drawing inspiration from biblical narratives to explore themes of confrontation and consequence. Lazaro’s impassioned vocals, coupled with the song’s driving rhythm, ignite a firestorm of emotion that resonates long after the final chord fades into the ether.

“Irretrievable” confronts the harsh realities of conflict and loss with unflinching honesty, weaving a narrative of shattered relationships and irreparable damage. It’s a testament to the fragility of human connection, rendered with a poignancy that cuts straight to the core.

As the curtain falls on this sonic journey, the title track “Warm” emerges as a beacon of hope and appreciation, celebrating the beauty of the present moment amidst the chaos of existence. Through its evocative lyrics and dynamic instrumentation, the track serves as a fitting denouement to an EP that transcends the confines of genre and expectation.

In the empire of alternative rock music, where authenticity reigns supreme, Telacord stands as a paragon of artistic integrity and creative vision. With “Warm,” Monte Lazaro invites listeners on a voyage of self-discovery and sonic exploration. Each of the EP’s eight tracks is a testament to his prowess as a songwriter, singer, musician, and storyteller. So, turn up the volume, and immerse yourself in the raw emotion and unbridled passion of Telacord’s “Warm.”


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