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For decades, brands fantasized to allow viewers to act on the impulse to buy items they see while watching TV. Every marketer’s dream: “Let TV viewers buy my brand!” We know how to get Smart TVs to allow for a more gratifying purchase experience. And to transform any TV viewer into a customer. TV Commerce is the next frontier.At least half of TV viewers would buy products straight on TV if they would have the possibility. Telekinesis enables any business to leverage the commercial potential of an app-enabled TV screen.

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Alone together: Solo projects Telekinesis and Say Hi swoop into Neumos

Nov 5, 2015

Originally published November 5, 2015 at 12:03 pm Say Hi, a solo project of Eric Elbogen, performs with Telekinesis at Neumos on Saturday, Nov. 7. The band released its second vampire-centric album, “Bleeder’s Digest,” in September. Michael Lerner of the band Telekinesis playing at the Capitol Hill Block Party in 2013. For his fourth album, “Ad Infinitum,” Lerner learned to play drum machines and synthesizers, seeking help from his friend Elbogen along the way. (MARCUS YAM/The Seattle Times) 0 of 0 Both bands are touring behind new records — Telekinesis mastermind Michael Lerner switched gears by writing for synthesizers, while Say Hi returned to its vampire obsession. By OWEN R. SMITH Special to The Seattle Times While Telekinesis mastermind Michael Lerner worked on his fourth album, he kept coming up with songs that sounded like other Telekinesis songs: fun, stripped-down power pop. For Lerner, that was a sign to switch things up, and he started by slowly amassing a collection of drum machines and synthesizers. After learning how to use his array of new toys, he released “Ad Infinitum,” a revitalizing departure that revels in gauzy synths and the harsh crackle of an artificial snare drum. Telekinesis and Say Hi, a solo project featuring Lerner’s close friend Eric Elbogen, have been touring and will hit Neumos on Saturday. Concert preview Telekinesis and Say Hi 8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 7, at Neumos, 925 E. Pike St., Seattle; $15 (206-709-9442 or While getting to know his new equipment, Lerner leaned on Elbogen to help decipher the strange boxes with names like Moog Sub Phatty and Elektron Analog Rytm. He put away his guitars, determined to write music in a whole new way. Most Read Stories

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