Telex, the pioneering Belgian synth-pop band, formed in 1978, consisting of Marc Moulin, Michel Moers, and Dan Lacksman. Renowned for their minimalist yet playful electronic sound, they gained international acclaim with hits like "Moskow Diskow" and their Eurovision parody "Euro-Vision." Embracing a quirky and satirical approach to music, Telex's influence on the synth-pop genre is significant. The band dissolved in 1988 but left an enduring legacy, influencing artists across electronic and dance music. Telex's innovative sound, blending humor with synthesizers, remains a testament to their impact on the evolution of electronic music in Belgium and beyond.
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