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Listen: Deerhoof - “Come Down Here And Say That” (feat. Læticia Sadier)

Mountain Moves Due Out September 8 via Joyful Noise

Aug 04, 2017

Deerhoof are releasing a new albumMountain Moves, on September 8 via Joyful Noise. Previously they shared its first two singles, "I Will Spite Survive" (which features Jenn Wasner of Wye Oak and Flock of Dimes) and "Your Dystopic Creation Doesn't Fear You" (which features Awkwafina). More

Listen: Laetitia Sadier - “Then I Will Love You Again”

New Solo Album And New Project, Little Tornados

Jul 08, 2014

Laetitia Sadier has a new album coming out next month. Something Shines will be Sadier's third solo record, and the follow up to 2012's Silencio. More

Aug 02, 2012

Lætitia Sadier goes for an afternoon swim in the new video for Silencio cut, “The Rule of the Game.”  More

Laetitia Sadier Announces Fall Tour

Dates Begin September 15

Jun 14, 2012

In support of her forthcoming solo album Find Me the Pulse of the Universe (out July 24), French chanteuse Laetitia Sadier has announced a run of U.S. tour dates. More

Deerhunter vs. Stereolab

A Conversation Between Bradford Cox and Laetitia Sadier

Oct 11, 2010

Under the Radar's Fall 2010 Issue features a conversation between Deerhunter and Atlas Sound's Bradford Cox and Stereolab frontwoman Laetitia Sadier. The full transcript of the conversation is now posted on our website. More

Stereolab Reveal New Album Details

Not Music to Feature 13 Tracks, Including Atlas Sound Remix

Aug 17, 2010

Stereolab are set to release their 12th LP Not Music November 16 on Drag City in the U.S. and Duophonic in the U.K. We have the tracklisting and details. More

Jul 09, 2010

With Stereolab on a break, frontwoman Lætitia Sadier has taken the opportunity to announce details of her debut solo album, The Trip (September 21st). We have the facts.  More


Interviews

Laetitia Sadier

A Joy Beyond Definition

Dec 05, 2014

Five years since Stereolab was set aside, Laetitia Sadier has released an album that seems to be a personal peak of sorts. After several albums with Monade and two previous solo releases, Something Shines offers a collection of songs that is not only likely to connect with fans of her earlier work but even moved Sadier herself during its creation to want to share it with friends. More

Sep 10, 2012

Given the numerous ways that an indelicate hand can render them ever so ineffectively, it's possible that there's no more challenging assignment for a songwriter than penning a potent political song. If true, there are very few songwriters who have walked that tightrope for longer and with more deftness than Laetitia Sadier, an artist who has proven that a soft touch is often more powerful than a punch when politics are involved.  More

Deerhunter vs. Stereolab

A Conversation Between Bradford Cox and Laetitia Sadier

Oct 11, 2010

Deerhunter and Atlas Sound's Bradford Cox has long professed his love for Stereolab, in particular 1999's Cobra and Phases Group Play Voltage in the Milky Night, his favorite album by the band. He went so far as to effusively explicate upon its merits on a Deerhunter blog post back in 2007. In an impassioned manner akin to the prime years of the fiery late gonzo journalist Lester Bangs, he also excoriated the publications that panned the album. More


Reviews

Silencio

Silencio

Drag City

Jul 23, 2012

For any film buff, the title of Laetitia Sadier's second solo LP since Stereolab went on indefinite hiatus may hold an immediate connotation of the David Lynch film Mulholland Drive. More specifically, Club Silencio, the dank cabaret club where a mysterious figure urges to the protagonists, "There is no band," although an act is playing a gorgeous version of Roy Orbison's "Crying" sung in Spanish in plain sight. More