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Tomorrow's Harvest

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Gemini
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Reach For The Dead
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White Cyclosa
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Jacquard Causeway
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Telepath
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Cold Earth
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Transmisiones Ferox
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Sick Times
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Collapse
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Palace Posy
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Split Your Infinities
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Uritual
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Nothing Is Real
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Sundown
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New Seeds
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Come To Dust
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Semena Mertvykh
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When he's not filing news stories, shooting a live show or contributing the occasional feature for Wondering Sound, Andrew Parks edits and publishes self-titled...more »

06.10.13
A careful, confident return from one of ambient music's most beloved cult acts
2013 | Label: Warp Records

Let’s say Stanley Kubrick was still around. And he decided to make an apocalyptic movie full of barren landscapes and deserted cities that were decimated by…something. It doesn’t really matter whether it was disease, nuclear war or a flesh-eating virus. What matters is what’s left, and how to deal with a new world order you wouldn’t wish on your worst enemy.

End scene. And enter the first Boards of Canada full-length in almost eight years: Tomorrow’s… read more »

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genre confusion?

mrfunandgames

why on earth is this filed under punk? it is clearly not punk!

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Tomorrow's Harvest

hello-cthulhu

Yes, the price is a bit steep for eMusic, but it's not too shabby compared to what you'll find most other places. And in this case, totally worth it. One of the best albums of the last year, and it'll certainly be in my top 10 list in December. It's like if early electronic artists scored the Apocalypse. And it's very, very dark. Even if wasn't stylistically inappropriate, I'd say it'd even be too dark for TV shows like the Walking Dead and Game of Thrones.

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I like what this music expresses

Pip-t

and it it is carefully composed...and not just made for Club Med / Bhudda bar chillers with hangovers. That said, it works wonders on hangovers, and I hope Tomorrow┬┤s Harvest makes a truckload of money. I love the variety and it gets me up and going and relaxes me at the same time.... Lovely.

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$8.24. Really?

eekmusic

$8.24. Really? I have $8.14 left for the month and I can't afford to get this?? WTF, eMusic!!?? Sometimes this site is just SO ANNOYING!!!

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Creepy Sounding at Times - Very Nice...

kysrsoze

Parts of this album remind me a lot of Tangerine Dream's Phaedra and Rubycon albums. At times, it's really dark, blippy and spooky sounding. I'm a big fan of dark ambient and like this a lot.

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Spmething about your review does not ring true

theportablemr

@EMUSIC-02D86D4C - I suspect you weren't really listening.

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patience...

picklepete

@jugaluck that's because its release date isn't until the 11th.

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Too Bad...

jugaluck

I have been eagerly waiting for this album and am disappointed that it is "not available"

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