Tomorrow's Harvest

Tomorrow's Harvest

Music CD - 2013
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Publisher: [S.l.] : Warp Records, p2013
Characteristics: 1 sound disc (62 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet


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Jan 19, 2018

Somehow managing to sound alien, dark, mellow, and occasionally soothing, all at the same time, this album's kind of electronic music isn't for everyone but still is fantastic in its own right. The first comparison that comes to mind is the tense soundtracks from John Carpenter films such as 'Escape From New York' and 'Halloween'. For fans of those movies, this album is well worth a listen.

May 13, 2017

Great, Mysterious Techno. Not For Everyone But Worth A Shot For Anyone Willing To Try It. Wish Our Library Network Had All Of Their Other Albums, This Is By Far My Least Favorite.

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Aug 06, 2015

I can't tell if the enigmatic Scottish electronic duo Boards of Canada are either incredibly consistent or simply out of ideas. I like their albums without really being able to distinguish one from another. It's lulling electronic music that borders on background music, which may be the point. Their fourth full-length will appeal to long-time fans, but doesn't really break new ground. As always, there's little information/liner notes and a bunch of cryptic photos. The cover is a shot of San Francisco. Released in 2013 on the influential Warp label. They really need to do a soundtrack. Also this should not be tagged as "rock music" or "techno music." You cannot rock out to it or dance to it.


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Santa Monica Staff Jan 04, 2014

Before EDM, there was IDM: so-called intelligent dance music, made by laptop auteurs who wouldn't be caught dead at an Electric Daisy Carnival, if such a thing had existed yet. A lot has changed in electronic music since those days, not that you'd know it from Boards of Canada's comeback album. The publicity-averse Scottish duo pick up more or less where they left off seven years ago, orchestrating an hourlong suite of ambient creepers, downtempo chillers and other old versions of the future. There's plenty of intellect on Tomorrow's Harvest but not nearly as much soul; like an intricate artifact found preserved in a glacier, this album is impressive to behold, but cold to the touch.

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