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This review is from: Tomorrow's Harvest [VINYL] (Vinyl)
Mysterious and beautiful as ever. The low-end on many of the tracks is surprisingly deep; I was a bit taken aback at how immersive the bass sounds on 'Cold Earth' through my Sennheiser headphones.
Tomorrow's Harvest is like a culmination of all the sounds they've created under the Boards of Canada alias. 'Nothing Is Real' is reminiscent of their debut, Music Has The Right To Children; a gorgeously wistful surge of synth and bird cries. The overall mood and atmosphere is composed of a strangely comforting mixture of unease and familiarity; like Geogaddi but with more clarity in the production. The guitars in 'New Seeds' chug and grind; the bucolic instruments from Campfire Headphase choked in soot.
The final track 'Semena Mertvykh' is like the Angelo Badalamenti score from Twin Peaks, particularly the scenes wherein someone invariably winds up dead. Dark visions then, but it also sounds like a 'to be continued...'
Who knows what happens next?