Hey, my Laetitia Sadier piece went up today at Blurt.
It was email, and so a little shallow...but maybe not terrible.
Reshuffle, Reshift: Stereolab's Laetitia Sadier
BY JENNIFER KELLY
One door closes and another opens. And then sometimes, the first one opens again.
At least that's what happened to Laetitia Sadier when Stereolab went on hiatus after nearly 20 years. "I did fear that the ‘Lab going on indefinite hiatus would leave a massive emptiness," she said, in a recent email interview. "It was interesting to observe that as soon as there was room, my project naturally moved to the fore to occupy into this space."
Her project, a solo album called The Trip, came out on Drag City in September of 2010. Then, a bare two months later, Stereolab resurfaced with Not Music, a collection of songs originally created during the Chemical Chord sessions of 2007. Suddenly Sadier was at the center of a lot of activity, hardly the "massive emptiness" she'd been apprehensive about.