Vagabon Brought Us Into Her “Infinite Worlds” At Music Tastes Good [PHOTOS] REVIEW+PHOTOS: VAGABON @ MUSIC TASTES GOOD 9/30/17
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Long Beach, CA- Laetitia Tamko is Vagabon. On September 30, 2017, this Cameroon-born, New York City based, multi-instrumentalist and her band played a dreamy set in the early afternoon for Music Tastes Good.
There were a few technical hiccups to start her performance that caused Ms. Tamko look off-stage on several occasions during her first song to apparently get more of her vocals in her monitor, but after the kinks were worked out, she took the audience on a chilled out voyage into her musical world.
Having released her debut album, “Infinite Worlds”, earlier this year, her set showcased selections from that album. Though there were a couple of punk leaning tracks nestled into her set of generally mellow indie folk, it was Vagabon’s smooth vocals that made even those upbeat numbers relaxed in nature. But even through the mellow vibes, you could still hear the deeply emotional connection she has to her music with every note. The rawness of her music, and that palpable emotional stream of music, transported those listening into Vagabon’s world. Her “Infinite Worlds”.
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— Derrick K. Lee (@methodman13) October 23, 2017
Derrick K. Lee is a music attorney, blogger, concert photographer and co-owner of Blurred Culture. He goes to a lot of shows and sometimes he writes good. Music is his boo.
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