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Desert Daze adds The Flaming Lips, Flying Lotus to October festival

Desert Daze has announced two more notable acts for its October gathering — The Flaming Lips and Flying Lotus. The eclectic festival, now in its eighth year, will happen at Moreno Beach at the Lake Perris State Recreation Area Oct. 10-13. Sign up for our Festival Pass newsletter. Whether you are a Coachella lifer or prefer to watch from afar, get weekly dispatches during the Southern California music festival season. Subscribe here. Desert Daze has landed the only U.S. festival appearance of T...
Tags: California, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Music Festivals, Coachella, Pasadena, Stereolab, Cody Johnson, Desert Daze, Arroyo Seco Weekend, Top Stories OCR, Top Stories PE, Top Stories IVDB, Top Stories RDF


Desert Daze Adds Flying Lotus 3D & The Flaming Lips Playing The Soft Bulletin

Stereolab and Animal Collective were the first two acts announced for Desert Daze's 2019 lineup. Today, the festival announces the addition of Flying Lotus' immersive 3D show and the Flaming Lips' 20th anniversary The Soft Bulletin performance. The full lineup is still to come. More »
Tags: Music, News, The Flaming Lips, Stereolab, Flying Lotus, Desert Daze


Listen Up

From classic hip-hop to a reissue and a remix in our musical round-up this week Tertia May: In My Head Premiering on Wonderland, Tertia May’s “In My Head” is a dreamy, dusky approach to jazz—complete with polished, hip-hop-influenced production from Subculture. Soulful and rich, the song sees May maneuver between almost spoken-word to stirring, soaring vocals. Combining elements of soul, hip-hop, house and beyond, May …
Tags: Music, Design, Music Videos, Pop, Hip-hop, Indie, Jazz, Folk, Listenup, New Music, Stereolab, Remixes, Psychedelic, Psych, Listen Up, Tertia May


Stereolab: French Disco [Early Version Mix]

Avant-pop was pioneered by Stereolab—the London-based, English/French quartet that rose to epic heights in the ’90s. They disbanded in 2009, but return now with a reunion tour and gargantuan reissue series. Seven albums will return in limited edition vinyl and CD iterations, each with a hand-numbered strip from the original master-tapes. Demo tracks, alternate takes and scrapped mixes also accompany the releases. The first, “French …
Tags: Music, Design, London, Culture, Listenup, Stereolab, Reissues, French Disco


Stereolab Announce Reunion Tour

The French/English pop experimentalists Stereolab never officially broke up, but they've been on hiatus since 2009. The band members have been busy -- Laetitia Sadier going solo, Tim Game touring and recording with Cavern Of Anti-Matter. But after a decade away, Stereolab are about to return with full-scale European and North American tours and with … More »
Tags: Music, Tour Dates, Stereolab, Laetitia Sadier, Stereolab Announce Reunion Tour


Desert Daze announces Animal Collective as its second act for the 2019 festival

Desert Daze announced its second act for the 2019 lineup on Tuesday, so move over Stereolab and make a little room for Animal Collective, the quirky indie act whose individual members have been featured at Desert Daze in years past. Stereolab, the French-British electronic pop group that hasn’t played in North America in more than a decade, was the debut act announced last week for Desert Daze 2019, the festival returning to its new home at the Lake Perris State Recreation Area Oct. 10-13. Sign...
Tags: California, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Music Festivals, Coachella, North America, Wiltern Theatre, Snoop Dogg, Panda Bear, Stereolab, Deakin, Highland Park, Roger Waters, Redondo Beach


Festival Pass: Just Like Heaven doubles down; time travel to Coachella 2008

Festival Pass is a weekly newsletter that lands in your inbox on Thursdays. When we cover festivals in the field, you get bonus editions, too! Subscribe now. Festival Pass for Thursday, Feb. 14 Happy Valentine’s Day to you, music and festival lover. Thanks for reading and making this fun. On the festival front this week, Desert Daze announced its first act for 2019 and it’s Stereolab! Stereolab reminds me of college in Boston and our group of friends who always shared music. My friend Nate, who ...
Tags: Stephen Colbert, Boston, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Music Festivals, Coachella, San Bernardino, Stereolab, Phoenix, Inglewood, Jenny, Fonda Theatre, Roger Waters, Nate


Jennifer Lopez will bring her It’s My Party Tour to Staples Center

Fresh off of her Vegas-style tribute to Motown’s 60th anniversary at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards at Staples Center in Los Angeles on Sunday, actress and singer Jennifer Lopez announced her It’s My Party Tour, which includes a stop at Pechanga Arena in San Diego on June 10 and she’ll return to Staples Center on June 12. Lopez will be celebrating her 50th birthday while out on the road and on top of all of her own hits, there will also be a “World of Dance Experience” element included into the p...
Tags: Music, Nbc, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, San Diego, Jennifer Lopez, Las Vegas, Staples Center, Linkin Park, Southern California, Concerts, Stereolab, Anaheim, Marc Anthony


Desert Daze music festival lands Stereolab for 2019 event

Desert Daze returns to the Lake Perris State Recreation Area for another year in October and the festival that calls itself an anti-festival has a pretty special performer lined up for 2019. Stereolab, the British and French indie pop group, is on the bill for the fall event, and it’s the first North American tour date the group has announced in more than a decade. (The band’s first live date in 10 years is scheduled the Primavera Sound festival in Spain in May.) This year, Desert Days runs Oct....
Tags: Spain, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Long Beach, Music Festivals, Stereolab, Highland Park, Primavera Sound, Jason Mraz, Desert Daze, Top Stories OCR, Top Stories PE, Music + Concerts, Lake Perris State Recreation Area, Moreno Beach


Stereolab Playing Desert Daze ‘19, First North American Show In 11 Years

English-French avant-pop outfit Stereolab announced an indefinite hiatus back in 2009, after releasing ten albums over seventeen years. But this October, they'll reunite at the eighth annual Desert Daze festival, making their first North American appearance in more than a decade. The three-day event goes from 8/10-13 at Moreno Beach in Lake Perris, CA. More »
Tags: Music, News, Stereolab, Desert Daze, Moreno Beach


Buke and Gase Continue their Genre-Defying Education on 'Scholars'

It's often said that there are only two types of art—good and bad—and that rings especially true for music that more or less defies categorization. Such is the case with Buke and Gase, a New York duo comprised of Arone Dyer and Aron Sanchez who've been labeled as indie rock, "steampunk art-folk", and math rock, among other things. However, their latest LP, Scholars, most curiously and creatively exemplifies how they "make pop music in the most insane way possible". Filled with atypical instr...
Tags: Music, New York, Review, Experimental, Radiohead, Kate Bush, Music Review, Stereolab, Indie Pop, Gase, Dyer, Indie Rock, Gwen Stafani, Buke and Gase, Buke, Eisley


Sharlene Teo's Playlist for Her Novel "Ponti"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Heidi Julavits, Hari Kunzru, and many others. Sharlene Teo's novel Ponti is a stunning debut, a coming-of-age story that deftly explores the relationships of three women. The Guardian wrote of the book: "At once a subtle crit...
Tags: Music, Southeast Asia, Singapore, US, David, Malaysia, Fleetwood Mac, Stevie Nicks, Financial Times, Aspen, Lindsey Buckingham, Stereolab, Atomic Books Comics Preview, William Basinski, Singapore River, Antiheroines


Laetitia Sadier Walks Back Support For Jordan Peterson

Lætitia Sadier has released a statement regarding a tweet she sent earlier this year in support of right wing "intellectual" Jordan Peterson. Back in February, in response to an article in The Guardian about the conspiracy theories and misleading arguments the professor peddles, the former Stereolab member tweeted: "I am so … More »
Tags: Music, News, Stereolab, Lætitia Sadier, Jordan Peterson, Jordan Peterson Back


Exploring a journey from Bengali heritage to electronic invention

Can electronic music tell a story about who we are? Debashis Sinha talks about his LP for Establishment, The White Dog, and how everything from Toronto noodle bowls to Bengali field recordings got involved. The Canadian artist has a unique knack for melding live percussion techniques and electro-acoustic sound with digital manipulation, and in The White Dog, he dives deep into his own Bengali heritage. Just don’t think of “world music.” What emerges is deeply his and composed in a way that’s e...
Tags: Music, Japan, UK, Hardware, Interviews, Germany, Berlin, India, Inspiration, Toronto, Tech, Software, Canada, Artists, Stories, Listening


The Skroll is a fun, pocket-sized embossing machine!

An infinitely fun way to make embossed prints or send embossed messages, or even carry around in your pocket to create instant, 3D business cards, the Skroll comes from Stereolab, a company devoted to 3D printers and 3D printing. Designed in-house, the Skroll is small and pocket-friendly, coming even with a hand-crank that folds inwards when not in use. Comprising two inter-changeable rollers, the Skroll lets you emboss (or deboss) patterns, images, or text onto pieces of paper, or even metal. T...
Tags: Deals, Design, Office, Stationery, Popular, Recreation, Portable, Product Design, Random, Stereolab, Machine, Debossing, Embossing, Hlias, Pocketable, Skroll


Bill's Indie Basement (3/30): the week in classic indie, college rock, and more

This week: FACS rise from the ashes of Disappears, Stereolab's Tim Gane is back with his current group Cavern of Anti-Matter, Haley Bonar drops the "Bonar" and readies a Record Store Day Single, plus the new Dutch Velvet Underground and the return of Max Tundra by way of Daphne & Celeste. Continue reading… [Author: Bill Pearis]
Tags: Music, Bill, Music News, Stereolab, Bill Pearis, Haley, Haley Bonar, Bonar, Tim Gane, Cavern Of Anti-Matter, Max Tundra, Bills Indie Basement, Disappears, FACS, Daphne And Celeste, Lewsberg


Little Tornados (Stereolab, Tortoise) prepare for 'Apocalypse!' (listen)

Little Tornadoes, which includes Stereolab's Laetitia Sadier and Tortoise's John Herndon, describe their sound as "psychedelic country" but the album's single, "Chérie la Mouche," is tres French: swoony, swaggery and a little space age bachelor pad-y. Continue reading… [Author: Bill Pearis]
Tags: Music, Tortoise, Music News, Stereolab, Laetitia Sadier, Bill Pearis, John Herndon, David Thayer, Little Tornados, Stereolab Tortoise


Cavern of Anti-Matter (ex-Stereolab) preps new LP, share "Make Out Fade Out"

Cavern of Anti-Matter, the current band from Stereolab cofounder Tim Gane, will release their new album, Hormone Lemonade, on March 23 via Duophonic and follows 2016's terrific Void Beats/Invocation Trex... [Author: Bill Pearis]
Tags: Music, Music News, Stereolab, Bill Pearis, Tim Gane, Cavern Of Anti-Matter, Duophonic, Anti Matter ex Stereolab


Irish cult indie band Microdisney reforming for first shows in 30 years

Irish group Microdisney were only together for a few years in the mid-1980s, but for a time were critical darlings with their mix of biting lyrics (courtesy Cathal Coughlan) and smooth, shimmering music (via Sean O'Hagan) and released a few cult classic records, including their 1983 debut Everything's Fantastic and 1985's The Clock Comes Down the Stairs which reached #1 on the UK indie charts. When the band split up, Coughlan formed The Fatima Mansions (who scored a few UK hits in the early '90s...
Tags: Music, UK, Music News, Tour Dates, Stereolab, Bill Pearis, Hagan, Sean O Hagan, High Llamas, Coughlan, Microdisney, Cathal Coughlan, Sean OHagan, The Fatima Mansions, Fatima Mansions


The Case for Why Kraftwerk May Be the Most Influential Band Since the Beatles

They are performance artists of self-parody—four stiff Teutonic robots (sometimes played by actual robots), standing behind drum machines and sequencers, pushing buttons and singing things like “Wir fahr'n fahr'n fahr'n auf der Autobahn” and “it’s more fun to compute.” As if the Beach Boys had been reimagined from broken memory by German androids thousands of years in the future. Onstage, they match or exceed the commitment of later musical-theatrical acts they inspired like the Blue Man...
Tags: Google, Music, Cook, Steve Jobs, College, Dusseldorf, Monty Python, Kraftwerk, Times, Brian Eno, Stereolab, George, Gilbert, Facebook Twitter, Schneider, Wagner


Art Feynman – “Monday Give Me Monday”

Art Feynman is really Luke Temple, the man behind the Brooklyn indie band Here We Go Magic. He released Blast Off Through The Wicker, his first album under the new moniker, this summer, and now, half a year and one tour with Stereolab's Lætitia Sadier later, he's getting ready to follow it up … More »
Tags: Music, Brooklyn, Premiere, Feynman, Stereolab, Luke Temple, Art Feynman, Lætitia Sadier


Dots And Loops Turns 20

If the first word Dots And Loops calls to mind is "plasticine," the second is "yielding." That these two concepts somehow fail to contradict one another is among the continuing mysteries about Stereolab's fifth LP, which turns 20 today. There had always been a magisterial pomp and fanciful, irradiated sweep to the London-based group, a … More »
Tags: Music, London, The Anniversary, Stereolab, Laetitia Sadier, John McEntire, Andi Toma


Echo Park Rising, Day 3: Crazed crowds for the Buttertones, Surf Curse

[See image gallery at buzzbands.la] Second of three posts on Saturday’s Echo Park Rising Things got unhinged a couple times at Saturday’s sixth annual Echo Park Rising. And who knew the Buttertones could inspire such madness? As the Buttertones played their Liberty Stage set, the crowd surge broke the metal barricade between the fans and the photographers’ area, sending it tumbling onto a couple of people working the pit. Despite the arrival of additional security and pleas from the band to cal...
Tags: Music, Featured, Gallery, West Coast, Show Review, Surf Curse, Stereolab, Ramonda Hammer, Brainstory, Frankie, Buttertones, Echo Park Rising, Echoplex, Henry Clay, Miles Mosley, Lauren Ruth Ward


Deerhoof share "Come Down Here and Say That" ft. Laetitia Sadier

Deerhoof have just shared new single "Come Down Here and Say That" from their forthcoming, guest-filled album which is out September 9 via Joyful Noise. The song, which has a funky, almost late-'70s feel to it, features onetime Stereolab singer/guitarist Laetitia Sadier... [Author: Bill Pearis]
Tags: Music, Deerhoof, Music News, Stereolab, Laetitia Sadier, Bill Pearis


Deerhoof announce guest-filled new LP, share first single ft. Jenn from Wye Oak

Deerhoof's new album 'Mountain Moves' also features Laetitia Sadier (Stereolab), Awkwafina, Juana Molina, Xenia Rubinos, and Matana Roberts. [Author: Bill Pearis]
Tags: Music, Deerhoof, Music News, Matana Roberts, Stereolab, Laetitia Sadier, Bill Pearis, Jenn, Juana Molina, Wye Oak, Xenia Rubinos, Awkwafina, Jenn Wasner


Laetitia Sadier (Stereolab) touring this summer

Onetime Stereolab singer/guitarist Laetitia Sadier, who released new album , was just in Brooklyn for last weekend's Northside Festival. Any.body go to her show at National Sawdust? (Check out a couple Instagram videos below.) The rest of North America will have a chance to see her later this year.. Continue reading… [Author: Bill Pearis]
Tags: Music, Brooklyn, North America, Music News, Tour Dates, Stereolab, Laetitia Sadier, Bill Pearis, Laetitia Sadier Stereolab


Listen to Frontier Justice 3/25/17

Tei Shi has described her songcraft as a communion of many jams, tributaries of ideas meeting on a flood plain to the wide open sea. You can climb inside the layers on a track like 2013’s “M&Ms,” let the stuttering beat of 2015’s “Basically” blast from your imaginary boom box as weird thoughts bounce off … Continue reading Listen to Frontier Justice 3/25/17 →
Tags: Articles, Css, Gorillaz, Helium, Playlists, Mixtapes, Wavves, Stereolab, Blondie, Jamiroquai, Tei Shi, Frontier Justice, Mary Timony, Millennial Whoop


Shorties (Man Booker International Prize Longlist, The Best Books About Music and New York City, and more)

The longlist for the 2017 Man Booker International Prize has been announced. recommended books about music and New York City. Magnetic Fields' Stephin Merrit discussed albums he enjoys at The Quietus. Broadly interviewed Camille Paglia about her new book Free Women, Free Men. Hazlitt features new nonfiction by Sarah Gerard. Literary Hub recommended books about "female madness." Stream two new songs by Sampha and Richard Russell. The 2017 Lambda Literary Awards finalists ha...
Tags: Music, India, New York City, Earth, David, Ireland, New York Times, Volt, Lemmy, Phil Elverum, Stereolab, Emma Donoghue, Roy Choi, Phil Jackson, Hazlitt, Kinsella


Operator Music Band releasing new LP this week (listen), touring around SXSW

Brooklyn's Operator Music Band make motorik, analogue-synth noise rock that is probably the closest this city comes to Stereolab in 2017. Continue reading… [Author: Bill Pearis]
Tags: Music, Brooklyn, Music News, Sxsw, Tour Dates, Operator, Stereolab, Bill Pearis, Operator Music Band, Jelani Sei, Straw Pipes, Zenizen


UK band Novella released 'Change of State' (watch the title track's video)

UK quartet Novella released their new album Change of State earlier in February via Synderlin, which continues their trek though hazy, motorik territory. (Fans of early Stereolab and late-'80s 4AD, take note.) The band made the album in a Victorian home bedroom studio run by James Hoare of Ultimate Painting... Continue reading… [Author: Bill Pearis]
Tags: Music, UK, Music News, Tour Dates, Stereolab, Bill Pearis, Novella, Ultimate Painting, James Hoare, Synderlin