Turn On album cover
Turn On

Turn On

Duophonic Super 45s

Somewhere between a side indulgence, a collaboration and its own sparkling universe, Turn On’s one self-titled album in 1997 was the collective work of Stereolab standbys Tim Gane and Andy Ramsay and High Llamas mainman Sean O’Hagan, who had become a regular producer of the other act. Lætitia Sadier makes a vocal appearance on “Ru Tenone” but otherwise this is a collection of brief and bubbly instrumentals, emphasizing space age float and engaging percussive drive on songs like “Electrocation of Fire Ants” and “Triple Cause of Poetry.”

Ned Raggett

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