Two kings of the indie dancefloor unite for a warm, timeless take on 20th century pop and rock
Stereolab : Free design, the
This, sadly, isn't the single to make the world sit up and thumb through its Foucault
again welcome Stereolab back to the world of pop where a few things have happened since they had a baby and, as is 'Lab tradition,
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lost their bassist. So let's wipe
the slate clean and start all over again because, you know, it's Stereolab and they are important and they make records quite unlike anybody else.
This, sadly, isn't the single to make the world sit up and thumb through its Foucault, although it did sound rather nice when Dominik Diamond recently used it as incidental music during his Saturday morning Radio 5 Live football phone-in show.
How were Stereolab at Reading? someone was asked. Like... clockwork, he replied.
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