Lætitia Sadier (born 6 May 1968, sometimes known as Seaya Sadier) is a French musician best known as the singer of the band Stereolab. In 2010 she released her first solo album called The Trip. In 2012 she released her second solo album entitled Silencio. Her latest release ‘Something Shines’ comes out on September 23rd on Drag City.

Northern Transmissions' Interview with Laetitia Sadier

Our interview with Laetitia Sadier

Laetitia Sadier has just released her mesmerizing album Something Shines, and will be touring Europe and the UK in November and December; perfect music to accompany the late autumn mists and fogs. Autumn has always been a fertile time for revolutionary spirit as well, from Guy Fawkes to 1989 to the Occupy movements, with significant waypoints:

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Laetitia Sadier Shares Her Favourite five Albums with Northern Transmissions

Laetitia Sadier Shares Her Favourite Albums

Laetitia Sadier Shares Her Favourite five Albums with Northern Transmissions, Some of her choices include titles by Sam Prekop, Georgio Tuma, and Cibo Matto, and Jonathan Richman and the Modern Lovers. Laetitia Sadier’s new album ‘Something Shines’ is now out via Drag City records:

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Review of Laetitia Sadier's new album 'Something Shines', by Northern Transmissions, out on September 23rd

Review of Laetitia Sadier’s Something Shines

Laetitia Sadier, most well known for her presence in Stereolab, is a vocalist and musician who has always inspired respect and a sense of wonder among her fans. The new album, Something Shines, continues to offer an artistic space unlike any other. A constant theme has been the works of Guy Debord and the Situationists:

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Mouse On Mars To Release 21 Again, 21st Anniversary Double-CD, Out Oct. 31st Via Monkeytown Records, Mouse On Mars 21 Again Festival is October 31st Berlin

Mouse On Mars To Release 21 Again

Mouse On Mars have announced 21 Agaian, 21ST Anniversary Ddouble CD, out October 31ST on Monkeytown Records. How many internationally influential pop acts has Germany thrown into the mix? Kraftwerk, of course, followed by Can and the other,

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