Kyberneticka Babicka - EP
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||Kyberneticka Babicka Pt. 1||Stereolab||4:32||$1.29||Ver en iTunes|
||Kyberneticka Babicka Pt. 2||Stereolab||4:53||$1.29||Ver en iTunes|
||Plastic Mile||Stereolab||5:10||$1.29||Ver en iTunes|
||I Was a Sunny Rainphase||Stereolab||3:27||$1.29||Ver en iTunes|
||Interlock||Stereolab||4:10||$1.29||Ver en iTunes|
||Visionary Road Maps||Stereolab||3:35||$1.29||Ver en iTunes|
Reseña de álbum
In September 2005, Stereolab simultaneously issued three new 7" singles — instead of an accompanying CD collection, the group instead assembled all six tracks as a digital EP, available for download. The two-part "Kyberneticka Babicka" is connect-the-dots Stereolab — complete with hallmarks like spiraling micro-melodies, bubbling Moogs, hopscotching rhythms, and harmonies as thick and sugary as cake frosting; the record is so rote it veers into self-parody. Much better is "Plastic Mile," which returns to the effervescent and elegant squiggle pop Stereolab perfected circa the Fluorescences EP — less about reinventing the wheel than returning to the womb, the song is all pastel colors and soft edges, proving yet again that no other band has better understood or articulated the gravitas of weightlessness. "Interlock" captures Stereolab at its most soulful, with a bracing introduction suggesting the Motown sound dipped in white chocolate. You'll never mistake Laetitia Sadier for Martha Reeves, of course, but rarely has the group made music quite so playful and upbeat — and like so many Motown classics, the buoyant melody masks harsh social critique, with Sadier posing the musical question, "What good is all this knowledge we've acquired in the face of deep nihilism?" And the closing "Visionary Road Maps" serves up squelchy disco grooves that gradually disintegrate like aging celluloid liquefying in a projector.
Se formó en: 1991 en London, England
Años de actividad: '90s, '00s, '10s