I first heard Naommon on "Jack the Box", a club track produced by French-electro producers Kiko & Gino for International Deejay Gigolo Records. The song itself was true bump-n-grind, and Naommon's vocals irreverent, obnoxious... & wonderful. So I was pretty excited to hear Naommon's new CD, "Allnighter", a musical interpretation of a night out in the Big Apple. No less glittery and gritty than his previous work, Naommon describes his "Allnighter" CD as "electro-purple-flouro-plastic-sulky-acid-soul-clashy-disco-sequin-pop". His voice and music transcend categorization and are truly eclectic in style, embodying a myriad of influences from "the spaceglam of Bowie, androgyny of Prince, and acidfunk of Deee-lite, to London's creatively fucked-up NagNagNag parties and New York's popping Downtown scene."
Currently available on iTunes, his French-electro-soul twelve-track CD, "Allnighter", will officially launch on August 7, 2007. Definitely worth your time, you can also check out his "Allnighter" video here or on Naommon's MySpace page - where you can also stream a few other tunes.