Lala Lala

Album Title: I Want The Door To Open
Record Label: Hardly Art
Review by John Noyd
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Battling wills while distilling kind acts from hard facts, Lala Lala invites, invents, entices and consents, littering her songs in literary allusions and psychological caution, medieval rounds and indie wig-outs. Divine serpentine saxophone weaving among seamless sunbeam keyboards simmered in steeple-chasing space-jazz beats, “Door,” navigates post-millennial life’s slippery slopes with fondness and confidence and assistance from a stellar cast of fellow Chicagoans. Meditative experiments in future-pop, the album flows with supple supposition corralled inside ethereal cathedrals where Lala Lala, plunges headfirst into emotional atonement, echoing sound advice in vaulted halls carpeted with sparkling pageantry. Embarking on a world tour starting in Chicago October 8th, Wisconsin has to wait until next April to catch her in Milwaukee’s Colectivo Coffee Back Room or Madison’s High Noon Saloon. 

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