The emblematic Anglo-French band led by Tim Gane and Laetitia Sadier perform in five Spanish cities, celebrating 30 years since their first album
Stereolab in Madrid and Barcelona
Every artistic current knows a point of inflection and reflection in which, in order to advance, it first needs to examine itself and then deconstruct, deform or, simply, revive.
stereolab It was not necessarily the first metalinguistic group, but they have become a paradigm of an encyclopedic band, steeped in musical erudition. In the first instance, the songs of Tim Win, Laetitia Sadier and company seem like comments from a critical edition of psychedelia, krautrock or lounge, but it is enough to listen to them with a little attention to realize that, deep down, they are telling us about the issues –sometimes lighter, others transcendent – that surround the human being. Just like all the great pop artists of yesterday, today and tomorrow.
In the three decades since the publication of his debut, Peng!, stereolab has gone from commenting on the sonic legacy of the 20th century with essential albums like Transient Random-Noise Bursts with Announcements (1993), Emperor Tomato Ketchup (1996) and dots and loops (1997), to write your own story, compiled in the series Switched Onwhose fifth volume is published on September 2 under the title Pulse of the Early Brain.
This release will allow the group to review both their hits and hidden gems on November 6 in Madrid (La Riviera) and November 7 in Barcelona (Sala Apolo)as part of a Spanish tour that will also take them to Saint Sebastian (30th of October), Valencia (October 31) and Seville (November 1st). A new unmissable opportunity to attend the master class of the best teachers that pop has ever had.
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Stereolab announces tour of Spain – Revista Ladosis