as heard on radiospin on July 12th, 2012
under album, experimental, folk, indie, preview
It’s been two years since Stereolab former member/singer Laetitia Sadier released her debut solo album The Trip. The record allowed her to come into her own outside of her well-known band, a career trajectory that she’ll continue with her brand new effort this summer, featuring cameos from Sam Prekop (Sea and Cake) and Tim Gane (Stereolab). Silencio is an album exploring the individual connection to a deeper self placed in a broader environment, in a similarly fresh kind of way: that voice, the one that reaches you & wraps you up each time you hear it, calm, direct, cool but hot. If you’re unable to attain an inner connection with yourself, Laetitia Sadier will connect to it, for you: Silencio is your human modem.
ARTIST: Laetitia Sadier
LABEL: Drag City
RELEASE DATE: July 24, 2012
TIME: 47:44 min.
01. The Rule of the Game [05:01]
02. Find Me the Pulse of the Universe [02:53]
03. Silent Spot [03:00]
04. Auscultation to the Nation [04:47]
05. There Is A Price to Pay for Freedom (and it isn’t security) [04:22]
06. Moi Sans Zach [03:49]
07. Between Earth and Heaven [04:08]
08. Lightning Thunderbolt [03:16]
09. Fragment Pour le Future de l’Homme [04:41]
10. Merci de m’Avoir Donné la Vie [04:34]
11. Next Time You See Me [02:43]
12. Invitation au Silence [04:30]
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