Lætitia Sadier - Something Shines album download
Lætitia Sadier – Something Shines. Label: Drag City – DC605. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. The Divine Choir is made of Marie Merlet, Matthieu Beck, Emma Mario, Xavi Munoz, Laetitia Sadier. Release From The Centre Of Your Heart was written by Giorgio Tuma, recorded,produced and mixed at Sudestudio by Stefano Manca Management: duophonicternet.
Lætitia Sadier (born 6 May 1968, sometimes known as Seaya Sadier) is a French musician, best known as a founding member of the London-based avant-pop band Stereolab. In 1996, while Stereolab was still active, she formed the side project Monade. In 2009 - the same year Stereolab became inactive - she ended the Monade project and began to perform solo work under her own name; her current band is known as the Lætitia Sadier Source Ensemble.
Something Shines is a pretty sounding collection of tracks that show the artist's capable songwriting skills, as she delivers a very beautiful sound aesthetic, but not as great final results. Her compositions may be charming due to her amazing contributors and producers, but in the core, many of these tracks. Com o hiato anunciado em 2009 pelos Stereolab, Laetitia Sadier iniciou uma carreira a solo de que Something Shines é a terceira obra. Trata-se de um disco simpático, com dois grandes momentos finais, e inspirado por uma releitura de A Sociedade do Espectáculo, de Guy Debord, mas que (ainda) não afirma Laetitia Sadier como grande escritora de canções. Há uma indecisão que desequilibra este trabalho. Mais de metade dos temas recupera dos.
Something Shines is nothing if not aptly named. Filled with music that's luminous and a little distant, Laetitia Sadier's third album often feels like a culmination of her career to date in its mix of elegant sounds and political lyrics. Recorded throughout Europe and featuring collaborators such as Giorgio Tuma (who co-wrote the standout "Release from the Centre of Your Heart"), these songs find Sadier returning to a more lavishly orchestrated, Stereolab-like sound after the relatively intimate Silencio. The tumbling backing vocals on the seven-minute opener "Quantum.
The Trip is the debut solo album by French indie musician Lætitia Sadier, known as member of Stereolab and her side project Monade. The album was recorded in 2010 and was released in September of the same year.
Lætitia Sadier (born 6 May 1968) is a French musician best-known as the singer of the post-rock band Stereolab. Sadier was working as a nanny when she met McCarthy leader Tim Gane at a gig in Paris during the late 1980s. Sadier was disillusioned with the rock scene in France, and soon moved to London to be with Gane and to pursue her career. She had contributed vocals to McCarthy's third and final album.
Temporarily out of stock. 2014 solo album from the former Stereolab vocalist. Taking it all in, SOMETHING SHINES is also an exploration through Debord's La Societe du Spectacle, and how it is still up to US to guide and shape our fate, individually and collectively. Laetitia examines several relevant questions
Laetitia Sadier solo or with her Source Ensemble. Laetitia Sadier and her Source Ensemble are heading back out on the road to promote their Drag City released album 'Finding Me Finding You’. With its crashing together of narcotic pop, serialism and motorik rock, Find Me Finding You is in a similar mould to Sadier’s compatriot Pierre Henry’s concrète pop nugget Psyche Rock.
|Then I Will Love You Again||2:52|
|The Milk Of Human Tenderness||3:11|
|The Scene Of The Lie||5:26|
|Release From The Centre Of Your Heart||2:56|
|Butter Side Up||6:36|
|Life Is Winning||5:53|
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