Infinite Worlds by Vagabon

Marina Raffaelli
June 2, 2017

RATING:

100

%

TRACKS:

8

LABEL:

Father/Daughter Records

RELEASE DATE:

02/24/2017


 

Vagabon, also known as Laetitia Tamko, is a singer-songwriter from New York. In addition to vocals and guitar, she also plays bass, synth, and drums. Infinite Worlds is her debut studio album release.

The instrumentation is a little sloppy, but that's actually what makes Infinite Worlds so perfect. It carries a certain creative charm that will ensure that even the most jaded indie rock fans will have smiles on their faces. What impresses most here is the superb songwriting, and Tamko's vocals are so rich and illuminating she will immediately grab the listener's attention from the beginning. The record only carries eight tracks, but every song is good. Some of the best singles include "The Embers," "Fear & Force," "100 Years," and "Alive and Well." The music is delightfully entertaining, and by the end, you wish there was more. Infinite Worlds is a breath of fresh air and brimming with a colorful fusion of indie and 90's alternative rock, a delight from start to finish. It's an album that is beautiful in more ways than I can tell and the best release I've heard so far this year. Vagabon is a rising artist worthy of your attention.

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