Posts Tagged: Cate Le Bon
The Welsh singer’s fourth album, Crab Day, has a beautifully uncomfortable, displaced sound, as if each song’s eye were following just to the right of its own focus. Pitchfork says of the album:
Le Bon establishes a strange, almost Dadaist lyrical scheme to make sense—or make more nonsense—of some unnamed life rupture that’s left her grasping.
Looks like Tim Presley isn’t busy enough with White Fence—putting out an album a year, collaborating with various garage rock iconoclasts, playing multiple tours, and managing the label Birth Records—judging by the prolific musician’s move to start a new project, Drinks, with Cate Le Bon....more