Boards Of Canada Tomorrows Harvest

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But that was a long time ago. While BoC have always seemed comfortable inside their core sound, their records are still easy to distinguish. Campfire Headphase , from , brought acoustic guitars to the table and aimed for a more pastoral feel, but it lacked the tension of what came before. Given its hermetic feel, it makes sense BoC have indicated that soundtracks were an especially big influence. They specifically invoke the work of John Carpenter, Mark Isham, and Wendy Carlos, all of whom constructed some of their most enduring scores in the late s and early 80s.

That was a period where analog synthesis was reaching full maturity but digital synthesis was in its earlier stages, when the tape-driven Mellotron competed for studio space with the digital Fairlight and new timbres were being explored. The tracks tend to create a groove and stick with it for the duration. I for one love music that isnt over produced or cluttered with too many over-dubs and says nothing.

Not the case for Tomorrows Harvest! When listening this comes across almost like a soundtrack for a conspiratorial cold war 's era documentary. The way some fans have been anticipating this album, you'd think BoC were God Himself, resurrected and ready to rescue the world from itself on release date. Such was the fervor for any new, official material from the brothers that after they uploaded their new single onto YouTube, their website crashed the same day due to traffic overload.

Masterpiece incoming? I've listened to the whole album several times and I gotta say, for keeping a rather cool head since the announcement for this album's release, I'm not moved much by it. If Mike and Marc were aiming to make a dystopian horror soundtrack, then mission complete.

You can practically do the zombie shuffle through it all and even creepy zombie moans would sound appropriate in "Uritual" , as if hearing their Day of the Dead take on the aptly titled "White Cyclosa" wasn't evidence enough by then.

A real disappointment is that the breather tracks simply aren't great leaders "Collapse," "Transmisiones Ferox" , which is shocking when one considers that some fans were looking forward to those the most exactly because they typically lead into their best songs, e. Without a doubt, the biggest lost opportunity of the album is "Split Your Infinities," which opens with such a gorgeous 90 seconds that is so organic and other-worldly you feel buoyant, and then it fizzles out.

What a waste! As for the good? But the finest track here, "Nothing Is Real," is a wonderful piece of chin-up after all the depressive atmospheres one must slog through to get to it. In closing, I really do hope that Michael and Marcus find something positive and hopeful for their futures, and that they realize that not everything is as dead as this album impresses so hard.

Rigid to change? Immune to hope? Take my opinion for what it's worth, or don't. Contrast this to their previous LP, the most cheerful and enjoyable album of their career that "true" fans loathe so much, and you may ache for relief, too.

Having said that, I won't be extending my arm out again to reach for the dead I'd sooner keep it in the Campfire. It just sounds like generic melancholy music Stuff you might hear in a commercial or some Hollywood movie or some crappy tv show.

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Top 10 Albums Of by Espen Best Of by cyfrol. After nearly 8 years between this album and their previous album, Campfire Headphase Boards of Canada is back!

As a BOC fan who had been jonesing for new material from the brothers, this was a surprise, and a pleasant one. It is a solid piece of work which compares well with their best work. You won't be sorry. If you are new to Boards of Canada, start with Geogaddi and then collect the other albums; don't bother with the EP's unless you really get hooked-quite a few of the EP tracks got put onto albums also. And why did I, along with so many, listened to the premiere of the album via YouTube and then immediately preordered both, the CD and vinyl?

The word is that the two brothers, Mike Sandison and Marcus Eouin, began slowly working on their fourth studio album following the release of The Campfire Headphase.

And if it took them almost eight years to produce the follow-up, then it was the eight years worth waiting for. There is a lot more that I could say about this record. But as with many critically acclaimed albums I often wonder if I should even bother. Not as good as there other offerings. One person found this helpful. The theme of a world without human beings may be a post-apocalyptic world for us, but the dynamic duo suggest it may be the best thing for the world, and a natural state of affairs for nature l.

This album meditates on this theme , and while cold and icy to the touch it brings a lot of enjoyment. I didn't like it as much as Geogaddi, but it's still better than most music that comes out these days. As with most of BoC's work, Tomorrow's Harvest entrances and mystifies, it terrifies and intrigues, it tantalizes and provokes.

No one out there does post-apocalyptic with an early 80s flavor better than these two and I cannot get enough. If visualizing zombies wandering through dead cityscapes is your thing, cue up Tomorrow's Harvest. See all customer reviews.

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While BoC have always seemed comfortable inside their core sound, their records are still easy to distinguish. Campfire Headphase , from , brought acoustic guitars to the table and aimed for a more pastoral feel, but it lacked the tension of what came before. Given its hermetic feel, it makes sense BoC have indicated that soundtracks were an especially big influence. They specifically invoke the work of John Carpenter, Mark Isham, and Wendy Carlos, all of whom constructed some of their most enduring scores in the late s and early 80s.

That was a period where analog synthesis was reaching full maturity but digital synthesis was in its earlier stages, when the tape-driven Mellotron competed for studio space with the digital Fairlight and new timbres were being explored.

The tracks tend to create a groove and stick with it for the duration. The creative energy here is directed toward building textures, which are very deep and rich indeed.

Having said that, I won't be extending my arm out again to reach for the dead I'd sooner keep it in the Campfire. It just sounds like generic melancholy music Stuff you might hear in a commercial or some Hollywood movie or some crappy tv show. Add all to Wantlist Remove all from Wantlist. Have: Want: Avg Rating: 4.

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But it's great and worth your time. If you love BoC, then you will be very happy that you bough this album. I should probably be listening to this album a lot more before commenting, but I am just so excited about it. Its very weird stuff, and kind of melancholy at times. If you want to know what the creators of this album were thinking, then it is very useful to look up interviews with them on the internet. It will explain a lot. Once you have an understanding of what they are all about, what they are getting at, then their work starts to make much more sense.

Its their best album, and probably the best album within it's genre. Does anyone know what the significance of the number "" is in the liner notes? Or is it just random? After nearly 8 years between this album and their previous album, Campfire Headphase Boards of Canada is back! As a BOC fan who had been jonesing for new material from the brothers, this was a surprise, and a pleasant one.

It is a solid piece of work which compares well with their best work. You won't be sorry. If you are new to Boards of Canada, start with Geogaddi and then collect the other albums; don't bother with the EP's unless you really get hooked-quite a few of the EP tracks got put onto albums also.

And why did I, along with so many, listened to the premiere of the album via YouTube and then immediately preordered both, the CD and vinyl? The word is that the two brothers, Mike Sandison and Marcus Eouin, began slowly working on their fourth studio album following the release of The Campfire Headphase. And if it took them almost eight years to produce the follow-up, then it was the eight years worth waiting for.

There is a lot more that I could say about this record. But as with many critically acclaimed albums I often wonder if I should even bother.

Not as good as there other offerings. One person found this helpful. The theme of a world without human beings may be a post-apocalyptic world for us, but the dynamic duo suggest it may be the best thing for the world, and a natural state of affairs for nature l. This album meditates on this theme , and while cold and icy to the touch it brings a lot of enjoyment. I didn't like it as much as Geogaddi, but it's still better than most music that comes out these days. As with most of BoC's work, Tomorrow's Harvest entrances and mystifies, it terrifies and intrigues, it tantalizes and provokes.

No one out there does post-apocalyptic with an early 80s flavor better than these two and I cannot get enough. If visualizing zombies wandering through dead cityscapes is your thing, cue up Tomorrow's Harvest. See all customer reviews.

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