Ex-Sonic Youth icon makes phenomenal ‘debut’ with ‘No Home Record’
Remarkable: after an approximately 40 year long career in music – including 30 years with the inimitable Sonic Youth – Kim Gordon actually debuts with her impressive solo album ‘No Home Record’. Gordon wholeheartedly flirts with both raw rock songs, electro, & sluggish hip-hop beats as well as with grinding noise.
Kurt Overbergh: "Honestly? I had quite simply forgotten about Kim Gordon. But ‘No Home Record’ gave me a musical uppercut. Exciting, diverse and so impressive!"
For fans of Sonic Youth, Girl Band, Carla dal Forno, Jim O’ Rourke, Jenny Hval, Thurston Moore,…
In the press ‘After 38 years of making music, Kim Gordon’s thrilling solo debut lives at the vanguard of sound and performance, shot through with the beautiful, unsparing noise that has always defined her art.’ (8.4, Pitchfork)
‘Many artists of her stature retreat from contemporary horrors to the comforts of the past, but Gordon relishes new raw material to remake in her own, inimitable image.’ (***** - The Guardian)
AB fun fact Sonic Youth's final visit to AB dates from 2009 and was also the very last time that SY played in Belgium before they split in 2011.