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Boomkat Product Review:
*LIMITED JAPANESE-STYLE VINYL REPLICA PACKAGING - CONTAINS TWO BONUS TRACKS* Driven by a different creative approach from their more customary output, Stereolab's latest album, Chemical Chords was constructed layer by layer, Tim Gane taking a series of drum loops and piling on improvised chord sequences that were later slowed down or speeded up until a suitable foundation for a song was established. Because of this working method, you'll notice there's undoubtedly a strong beat presence driving the album, resulting in a few whimsical, off-kilter sounds in the shape of the jittery beatboxes of 'One Finger Symphony' or the electronic cabaret jaunt 'Daisy Click-Clack'. This being Stereolab though, regardless of what they choose as a starting point they wind up making supremely eloquent, sophisticated chamber pop, and that's certainly the case on the intricate harpsichord and strings workout 'Cellulose Sunshine' or the jazzy experimentalism of 'Three Women', which fuses '60s pop psychedelia with proggy, motorik rhythm section dynamics as only Stereolab can. They really make this stuff sound effortless, and it's absurd to think that they can still sound fresh with it after so many years of making albums. Highly recommended.