By: Spacelab Research Staff
It might be the end of an era. Stereolab have decided to go on sabbatical, possibly indefinitely. With almost 20 years of existence, and lots of albums and tours, it's easy to see why they might want to take a break.
"We are are all going to have a bit of a rest now after nearly 19 years and work on a few other projects," reads the announcement on the band's web site.
"As we recently made #51 with Emperor Tomato Ketchup in the Amazon 100 Greatest Indie Rock Albums of all Time we feel that our work is done for the moment."
Nice to see they still have a sense of humor.
There's still some music to be released from the band. They said that Duophonic will release Chemical Chords 2, and the band will remaster their back catalogue for rerelease.