Find Me Finding You, which she says is more of a collective effort than previous solo albums. With its repetitive bass, guitar, keyboard and vibraphone lines, the album’s upbeat opener, “Undying Love for Humanity,” evokes Emperor Tomato Ketchup-era Stereolab, while “Love Captive” feels gentler and more organic than most of that band’s material.
Laetitia Sadier has said she doesn’t listen to albums by Stereolab, the London-based art pop band she fronted for nearly two decades before it disbanded in 2009. But the act’s DNA may have seeped into many of the solo albums she’s released, whether it be under her own name or the three she made under the Monade moniker. Her former group’s sway might be particularly evident on her latest effort (and first as the Laetitia Sadier Source Ensemble),