Posts Tagged ‘Vagabon’

December 17, 2016

New York based Cameroon native Laetitia Tamko certainly has an indie spark that has my thoroughly enraptured. As Vagabon, she shells out plenty of exquisite folk inflected indie rock charm, readily apparent in her new song and video The Embers. Though it pillages with raw, youthful angst, The Embers also brims with candid entrancing, cozy mellifluous allure. The Embers is a striking song that reminds me in bits and pieces of artists like Thao Nguyen, Slothrust, Torres, and Mitski. Vagabon has quickly become one of my favorite new indie artists. I’ve already pre-ordered her debut full length Infinite Worlds, due out February 24th on Father/Daughter Records, and I can’t wait for my first listen. You can pre-order too, here.

November 15, 2016

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 11.10.2016 – 11.13.2016

Featured music – November 10-13, 2016

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November 11, 2016

Fear & Force is a thoroughly exquisite and exceptional gem, and it’s my first encounter with Vagabon, a New York City based project and the brainchild of Cameroon native Laetitia Tamko, who apparently has the voice of an angel. The bittersweet lilting, tender crisp folk rock found on this acoustic heartrender tells a heartfelt story from which it’s impossible to disengage, it feels that personal and intimate. Fear & Force is a delicately moving beauty and it’s a preview from Vagabon’s debut full length, Infinite Worlds, due out next February on Father/Daughter Records. Pre-order, here.