I could easily do a fav Stereolab song of the day every day for a month. They’re one of those indie bands I feel like I’ve grown up listening to, like Led Zeppelin or something, but minus that acute familiarity with every note of every song. I mean, they only really wrote two songs, with seemingly infinite variations. You may be right that the Switched On glory days are long over, but if you’re still pining for the second generation Tomato Ketchup sound, Stereolab never really stopped. I’d argue that their last few albums are just as enjoyable as anything they’ve ever put out. And, as always, the singles and rarities and b-sides and endless comps are a never ending supply of goodies. And with a lot of post 90’s Stereolab you get two songs for the price of one, like this 7″ single Interlock, pretty much chosen at random from their 2006 comp Fab Four Suture. I mean really, these guys can just keep on chugging out more and more stuff and I’ll keep on buying it and never feel like I have too much, even though I most certainly do.