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  • The plaintive vocals and loopy keyboard riffs in "Past the New Parking Deck" and "Arms Full of Lemons" recall Stereolab's spacey chamber pop but without the pretension.

    Cleveland Scene

  • The plaintive vocals and loopy keyboard riffs in "Past the New Parking Deck" and "Arms Full of Lemons" recall Stereolab's spacey chamber pop but without the pretension.

    Cleveland Scene

  • The gauzy glow of French duo Air and the space-age bachelor-pad music of Stereolab crop up throughout "Underneath the Pine," although Toro y Moi lacks the otherworldly radiance of the former and the propulsive force of the latter.

    Album review: Toro y Moi, "Underneath the Pine"

  • Featuring members of the hyped and doomed Jo Lean And The Jing Jang Jong, but sounding nothing like them, their excellent debut double A-side Left Myself Behind and Clock Chime recalls some kind of late-80s/early-90s jam session between Stereolab, Felt and Pulp, the songs proceeding proudly at their own stately pace, and gathering momentum through their purposeful, clean strumming.

    This week's new live music

  • Opener Laetitia Sadier made her name as a member of Stereolab and plays songs that are slighter though still lovely on their own.

    Turning an Eye to Sonic Renewals

  • For example, I put Stereolab in there, and I got a description that would have fit Blink-182 a bit better (this was earlier, hopefully they've refined their stuff by now).

    Tunes For Thought

  • Some 1,700 bands play, and from the moment they fill out their MySpace pages until their styles are tagged by magazines and blogs, their music will be fit into ever-expanding taxonomies of genre, from post-emo to retro-clash to “Stereolab-meets-Bollywood.”

    SXSW: A Lesson from Motorhead - ArtsBeat Blog - NYTimes.com

  • The niggling sensation that Stereolab work in a hall of mirrors, creating music that endlessly reflects upon itself, is stronger than ever here, especially when faced with Two Finger Symphony and Pop Molecules Molecular Pop 2, both variations on themes released on Chemical Chords, both repetitive, insistent and faintly irritating.

    Stereolab: Not Music - review

  • It is music, of course, but not new music – Stereolab are on hiatus, after all.

    Stereolab: Not Music - review

  • Some 1,700 bands play, and from the moment they fill out their MySpace pages until their styles are tagged by magazines and blogs, their music will be fit into ever-expanding taxonomies of genre, from post-emo to retro-clash to “Stereolab-meets-Bollywood.”

    SXSW: A Lesson from Motorhead - ArtsBeat Blog - NYTimes.com

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