Vagabon blasts off with Infinite Worlds release show at PhilaMOCA

Vagabon | photo by Rachel Del Sordo

“You’re a big fish now, though!” someone shouted from sidestage, just before Vagabon launched into “The Embers,” the final song of a stunning record release show at PhilaMOCA on Saturday night. Vagabon — the stage name of one Laetitia Tamko — was riding high on the release of Infinite Worlds, out the 24th on Father/Daughter Records. “The Embers,” a song exploring a more solipsistic landscape, repeats in its refrain that “I’m just a small fish.” While inside, Tamko may feel like a small fish in a big pond, the acclaimed release of Infinite Worlds and it’s two sold-out release shows (Friday night she appeared in Brooklyn with Mal Devisa and Jelani Sai) are ripples indicating that something big is emerging from beneath the surface. Continue reading →


Just Announced: Vagabon headlines PhilaMOCA this February with Julie Byrne

Vagabon | photo by Ebru Yildiz | via the artist's Facebook page
Vagabon | photo by Ebru Yildiz | via the artist’s Facebook page

New York’s Lætitia Tamko, AKA Vagabon, will headline PhilaMOCA this February 25th in support of her debut LP, Infinite Worlds. The album, which features previously released single “Fear & Force”, comes out the day before. “Fear and Force” is a reworking of “Vermont II” from her Persian Garden EP. Continue reading →