Stereolab

Pitchfork Music Festival 2019: Robyn, Haim, Sky Ferreira, Isley Brothers, and More

Pitchfork Music Festival announced its full 2019 lineup via Twitter this morning. Featured acts include Haim, Mavis Staples, Earl Sweatshirt, Low, Soccer Mommy, Julia Holter, Sky Ferreira, Jeremih,…
Will Gottsegen / March 6, 2019

Stereolab Announce Reissue Campaign, Release Full Tour Schedule

Stereolab have been teasing a forthcoming reunion over the past couple months. First, they were announced as part of the bill at the Primavera Sound festival and then they were…
Israel Daramola / February 20, 2019

Stereolab Announce First North American Show Since 2008

Stereolab have announced their first North American show in 11 years. The legendary French-English band teased an upcoming reunion in December with a brief missive---"Keep…
Winston Cook-Wilson / February 12, 2019

Sounds Like Stereolab Are Coming Back

Stereolab, international masters of bilingual leftist two-chord space pop, could be playing some live shows for the first time in a decade next year. As Pitchfork…
Andy Cush / December 4, 2018

Review: Cavern of Anti-Matter Further Stereolab’s Analog Odyssey on ‘void beats/invocation trex’

7SPIN Rating: 7 of 10Release Date: February 19, 2016Label: DuophonicNo band wrote more love songs than Stereolab, and all of them were dedicated to fictional…
Dan Weiss / February 19, 2016

Atlas Sound Taps Animal Collective, Stereolab Members for New Album

When an early version of Deerhunter frontman Bradford Cox's second album under the Atlas Sound moniker leaked to the internet last summer, the Atlanta native…
Ray Padgett / July 9, 2009

Stereolab’s Tunes Bubble & Bounce in Austin

Singing in both English and French, vocalist Laetitia Sadier and this London-based group of music vets continued their epic ambient-electro legacy last night at Austin's…
Casey Clendenin / September 25, 2008

Stereolab

What? Since their inception 18 years ago, London's Stereolab have seen various sonic changes -- from Krautrock to bossa nova and beyond -- yet have…
Larry Fitzmaurice / July 10, 2008