Cate Le Bon - Crab Day album flac
|2||Love Is Not Love|
|5||I'm A Dirty Attic|
|6||I Was Born On The Wrong Day|
|7||We Might Revolve|
|8||Yellow Blinds, Cream Shadows|
|9||How Do You Know?|
|10||What's Not Mine|
- Recorded At – Panoramic House
- Mastered At – Golden Mastering
- Published By – Domino Publishing Co. Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Turnstile
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Turnstile
- Licensed From – Turnstile Music
- Bass – Josiah Steinbrick (tracks: B6), Stephen Black (tracks: A1 to A5, B7 to B10)
- Clarinet – Stephen Black (tracks: A1, B8, B10)
- Drums – Stella Mozgava* (tracks: A1 to A5, B7 to B10)
- Engineer – Samur Khouja
- Guitar – Cate Le Bon, Huw Gwynfryn Evans (tracks: A1 to A3, B6, B9, B10)
- Marimba – Cate Le Bon (tracks: A3, B8), Huw Gwynfryn Evans (tracks: B7, B10)
- Mastered By – JJ Golden
- Mixed By – Noah Georgeson
- Other [Kimono Jacket] – Isabel Vollrath
- Other [Make Up By] – Christian Fritzenwanker
- Percussion – Cate Le Bon (tracks: B6, B9, B10), Josiah Steinbrick (tracks: B6, B9)
- Photography By [Cover And Insert] – Ivana Klickovic*
- Piano – Cate Le Bon (tracks: A1, A2, B6), Josiah Steinbrick (tracks: A3, B10)
- Producer – Josiah Steinbrick, Noah Georgeson
- Saxophone – Stephen Black (tracks: A2 to A4, B6 to B10)
- Sleeve – H. Hawkline
- Synth – Cate Le Bon (tracks: A4, A5, B7), Huw Gwynfryn Evans (tracks: A4, B10)
- Written-By – Cate Le Bon
|dc653||Cate Le Bon||Crab Day (LP, Album)||Drag City||dc653||US||2016|
|ts022lp||Cate Le Bon||Crab Day (LP, Album, MP)||Turnstile, Caroline Records||ts022lp||Europe||2016|
|dc653cs||Cate Le Bon||Crab Day (Cass, Album)||Drag City||dc653cs||US||2016|
|ts022cd||Cate Le Bon||Crab Day (CD, Album, Gat)||Caroline International||ts022cd||UK||2016|
|ts022lp||Cate Le Bon||Crab Day (LP, Album)||Turnstile, Caroline Records||ts022lp||Europe||2016|
Crab Day is a short film made to accompany Cate Le Bon’s eponymous album, released on April 15, 2016 via Turnstile
Crab Day by Cate Le Bon, released 15 April 2016 1. Crab Day 2. Love Is Not Love 3. Wonderful 4. Find Me 5. I'm a Dirty Attic 6. I Was Born on the Wrong Day 7. We Might Revolve 8. Yellow Blinds, Cream Shadows 9. How Do You Know? 10. What's Not Mine "A coalition of inescapable feelings and fabricated nonsense, each propping the other up. Crab Day is an old holiday. Crab Day is a new holiday. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album. Includes unlimited streaming of Crab Day via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 7 days.
Cate Le Bon (born Cate Timothy on 4 March 1983) is a Welsh musician and producer. She sings in both English and Welsh. She has released five solo albums, three EPs and a number of singles. Le Bon has toured with artists such as St. Vincent, Perfume Genius and John Grant. Le Bon was born in Penboyr, Carmarthenshire, Wales, and first gained public attention when she supported Gruff Rhys (of the Super Furry Animals) on his 2007 solo UK tour
Cate Le Bon performs at Blackheath Common, September 2015. Photograph: Gus Stewart/WireImage. It might just be the black coffee we’re drinking, but there’s an unselfconscious liberation to Crab Day-period Cate. After Mug Museum, slogged out over a 10-month tour during which Le Bon admits she constantly moaned, and felt pressured by the stresses of turning a profit and the opinions of critics, she decided to wipe the slate entirely clean. A collaboration with garage rocker Tim Presley (who records under the name White Fence) as buzzsaw guitar duo Drinks pulled Le Bon from her negative stupor.
The fourth full-length outing from the singular Welsh pop confectioner, Crab Day is as peculiar and capricious as anything Cate Le Bon has done thus far, which is saying that it sounds a great deal like her three previous long players. For fans of her particular brand of knotty, carnivalesque art-pop, which sounds like an amalgam of Os Mutantes, Nico, Stereolab, Syd Barrett, and Shirley Collins, Crab Day will be a delight.
The key to Cate Le Bon’s dazzling new album, Reward, is a chair. Not just any chair - a strikingly minimalist piece in dark-stained oak, which she built herself after finishing a yearlong course on furniture design. It’s not comfortable, and it’s not particularly beautiful, says the Welsh musician, 36. I built myself a strange little throne, really. Le Bon is sitting in the café of the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum on New York’s Upper East Side, explaining why she put her career on hold to study woodworking. She had just finished making a new album with DRINKS - her even more experimental side project with California noisemaker Tim Presley - and playing shows for her fourth solo LP, Crab Day, when she came across a newspaper article written by someone who’d attended a three-year furniture school in London.
Crab Day Cate Le Bon. Alternative. Listen on Apple Music. I Was Born on the Wrong Day. 2:19. 8. Yellow Blinds, Cream Shadows.
Marimba – Cate Le Bon (tracks: A3, B8), Huw Gwynfryn Evans (tracks: B7, B10). Mastered By – JJ Golden. Mixed By – Noah Georgeson. Percussion – Cate Le Bon (tracks: B6, B9, B10), Josiah Steinbrick (tracks: B6, B9). Photography By – Ivana Klickovic. Piano – Cate Le Bon (tracks: A1, A2, B6), Josiah Steinbrick (tracks: A3, B10). Producer – Josiah Steinbrick, Noah Georgeson. Saxophone – Stephen Black (tracks: A2 to A4, B6 to B10).
Le Bon, unapologetically, writes to please and challenge herself and in doing so occupies a musical universe that’s entirely her own, making records that are instinctual. Having built a head of steam with Me Oh My in 2009, CYRK in 2012 and Mug Museum in 2013, on her fourth album Crab Day, something changed. Inspired by her collaboration with White Fence’s Tim Presley as DRINKS on last year’s Hermits On Holiday, Crab Day sees Le Bon revelling in musical abandon and as a result she’s never sounded better. It’s just under a year since I interviewed the pair of them about the record.
Approached from any direction, Crab Day is a fully featured, dazzling example of Cate Le Bon’s boundlessly surprising versatility. 75. The music's trickiness never seems gratuitous, though, because the changes in direction correspond to a lyrical stance that articulates the struggle to figure out what's constant in a world of change.