STEREOLAB – Pulse Of The Early Brain [Switched On Volume 5] – CD2 limited numbered – D-UHF-CD43MR

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1.1 / Stereolab + Nurse With Wound: Simple Headphone Mind / 10:46
1.2 / Stereolab + Nurse With Wound: Trippin’with The Birds / 21:01
1.3 / Low Fi / 5:22
1.4 / [Varoom!] / 9:19
1.5 / Laisser-Faire / 4:35
1.6 / Elektro (he held the world in his iron grip) / 8:01

2.1 / Robot Riot / 2:56
2.2 / Spool Of Collusion / 2:13
2.3 / Symbolic Logic Of Now! / 4:05
2.4 / Forensic Itch / 3:06
2.5 / Ronco Symphony [Demo] / 1:00
2.6 / ABC / 5:16
2.7 / Magne-Music / 3:53
2.8 / Blaue Milch / 4:58
2.9 / Yes Sir! I Can Moogie / 1:03
2.10 / Plastic Mile [Original Version] / 6:34
2.11 / Refractions In The Plastic Pulse [Feebate Mix] – Autechre Remix / 7:51
2.12 / Unity Purity Occasional / 2:18
2.13 / The Nth Degrees / 4:14
2.14 / XXXOOO / 1:10
2.15 / Cybele’s Reverie [Live at the Hollywood Bowl] / 5:47

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The Stereolabesque argument was probed in How to Make a Watch, the entertaining and surprisingly contentious tour diary centring on the Los Angeles band Dummy. Its writer Mariana Timony notes how Dummy wince at comparisons to the Anglo-French groop—“not because Stereolab is bad or because it’s untrue,” she clarifies, “but because it’s such a superficial way of interpreting both bands’s music.” “‘Stereolab isn’t a genre,’” Dummy’s guitarist Alex Ewell adds. “‘Their whole shtick was that they were a super eclectic band and they had all these influences.’” Indeed, Stereolab’s sound, like the work of Franz Kafka, contains nuanced multitudes. And the latest entry in the band’s ‘Switched On’ compilation series—volume five, ‘Pulse of the Early Brain’; their ninth overall compilation—plays like it was compiled in response to this, and to the band’s reappraisal following their reunion in 2019. A crazy quilt of musique concrète, cosmic pop, and plink-plonk bossa, ‘Pulse of the Early Brain’ bares the band’s multitudes in their most unfiltered forms.

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Taken as a whole, the latest ‘Switched On’ collection manages to be simultaneously the most and the least Stereolabesque offering from the groop’s formidable portfolio. At times challenging, at others familiar and accessible, it demonstrates that 30 years after their debut album, Stereolab continue to surprise and reward, their unabating influence threading through every recess of left-of-centre modern music. Perhaps Stereolabesque is a fair term after all.

8/10

Hayden Merrick / CLASH Music

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