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Stereolab’s Dots and Loops

Notes for Album of the Month Club

Stereolab, the Lizard / Sausage Machine Christmas Party Camden Irish Centre London 1994 by Greg Neate on Wikimedia Commons

When revisiting our past, are the emotional threads too tenuous to be safely investigated? And why does it have to be so sad looking back? Is it because we are not in the future we naively imagined then?

These are the leading questions when I go back to the ethos of 1997. It is a questioning I apply to…

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Jessica Lee McMillan

Jessica Lee McMillan

Poet, Iconoclast, Word Nerd. Likes shiny things. Writes on Philosophy, Music, Nature.

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