Telex were a Belgian electro/art-pop trio that released the album Looking for Saint-Tropez on Vogue/RKM in 1979, followed by Neurovision in 1980. Two tracks from the former were appended to the latter for a U.S. issue on Sire. In 1981, the band enlisted the lyrical services of Sparks for the Ariola release Sex. Two further albums appeared on WEA and Atlantic between 1984 and 1988.

Members: Marc Moulin (keyboards), Michel Moers (vocals), Dan Lacksman (synthesizer)

During the early 1970s, keyboardist Marc Moulin cut three albums with jazz-rockers Placebo. Mid-decade, he released a solo album, Sam’ Suffy, and guested on albums by Cos and Aksak Maboul. Vocalist Michel Moers hailed from the chamber-folk collective Nuit Câline à la Villa Mon Rêve. Electronics programmer Dan Lacksman had a lengthy resume of production credits and recorded several “moog hits” albums circa 1973/74.


  • Looking for Saint-Tropez (1979)
  • Neurovision (1980)
  • Sex (1981)
  • Wonderful World (1984)
  • Looney Tunes (1988)

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