Tuesday, January 4, 2011


Saycet started as a one man project of Frenchman Pierre Lefeuvre, who spent much of his days surrounded by the sounds of Boards of Canada and Múm. His first solo album as Saycet, One Day at Home is largely a compilation of abstract landscapes almost fairytale like, in my opinion the perfect sleep soundtrack. Now joinded with Phoene Somsavath and Zita Cochet, a new flavor has evolved to a new experimental pop. Their new album Through The Window is made of discrete vocal samples that breeze in and out with melodies on layered keyboards and detailed electronics,they are nothing short of amazing.


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