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LE BON, CATE
POMPEII
Mexican Summer
Is "Pompeii" CATE LE BON's apocalypse record? Well, it does feel like things are falling apart a bit, and we may as well find ourselves entombed and calcified in volcanic rock. But title and reality aside, there is more to "Pompeii" than doom and gloom. Rather, LE BON seeks to deconstruct the immediate, instead placing us in a continuum of time that includes both ecstasy and suffering. This comes out not only in the lyrics but in the music as well, which draws influence from the nostalgic genres of new wave, Japanese city pop and 80s electro while still retaining a modern sensibility for composition and arrangement. This is another great release from one of music's current visionaries. On Mexican Summer and HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
Available at: Loop
New CD
$14.99
LE BON, CATE
POMPEII
Mexican Summer
Is "Pompeii" CATE LE BON's apocalypse record? Well, it does feel like things are falling apart a bit, and we may as well find ourselves entombed and calcified in volcanic rock. But title and reality aside, there is more to "Pompeii" than doom and gloom. Rather, LE BON seeks to deconstruct the immediate, instead placing us in a continuum of time that includes both ecstasy and suffering. This comes out not only in the lyrics but in the music as well, which draws influence from the nostalgic genres of new wave, Japanese city pop and 80s electro while still retaining a modern sensibility for composition and arrangement. This is another great release from one of music's current visionaries. On Mexican Summer and HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
Available at: Belmont
New LP
$25.99
LE BON, CATE
POMPEII (LTD. YELLOW VINYL)
Mexican Summer
Is "Pompeii" CATE LE BON's apocalypse record? Well, it does feel like things are falling apart a bit, and we may as well find ourselves entombed and calcified in volcanic rock. But title and reality aside, there is more to "Pompeii" than doom and gloom. Rather, LE BON seeks to deconstruct the immediate, instead placing us in a continuum of time that includes both ecstasy and suffering. This comes out not only in the lyrics but in the music as well, which draws influence from the nostalgic genres of new wave, Japanese city pop and 80s electro while still retaining a modern sensibility for composition and arrangement. This is another great release from one of music's current visionaries. On Mexican Summer and HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
Available at: Belmont and Milwaukee Ave
New LP
$24.99