Boards Of Canada ‎– Tomorrow's Harvest

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Gemini 2:56
Reach For The Dead 4:47
White Cyclosa 3:13
Jacquard Causeway 6:35
Telepath 1:32
Cold Earth 3:42
Transmisiones Ferox 2:18
Sick Times 4:16
Collapse 2:49
Palace Posy 4:05
Split Your Infinities 4:28
Uritual 1:59
Nothing Is Real 3:52
Sundown 2:16
New Seeds 5:39
Come To Dust 4:07
Semena Mertvykh 3:30

Versions (12)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WARPLP257 Boards Of Canada Tomorrow's Harvest(2xLP, Album) Warp Records, Music70 WARPLP257 UK 2013 Sell This Version
WARPCD257 Boards Of Canada Tomorrow's Harvest (CD, Album, Dig) Warp Records, Music70 WARPCD257 UK & Europe 2013 Sell This Version
BRC-382, none Boards Of Canada Tomorrow's Harvest (CD, Album, Dig) Beat Records, Warp Records, Music70 BRC-382, none Japan 2013 Sell This Version
WARPCD257 Boards Of Canada Tomorrow's Harvest (CD, Album, Dig) Warp Records, Music70 WARPCD257 US 2013 Sell This Version
none Boards Of Canada Tomorrow's Harvest(17xFile, AAC, Album, 256) Warp Records none UK 2013
WARPCDD257 Boards Of Canada Tomorrow's Harvest(17xFile, FLAC, Album) Warp Records WARPCDD257 UK 2013
WARPCDD257 Boards Of Canada Tomorrow's Harvest(17xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Warp Records WARPCDD257 UK 2013
WARPCDD257 Boards Of Canada Tomorrow's Harvest(17xFile, WAV, Album, 24b + 17xFile, FLAC, 16b) Warp Records WARPCDD257 2013
WARPLP257 Boards Of Canada Tomorrow's Harvest(2xLP, Album, W/Lbl, TP, Promo) Warp Records, Music70 WARPLP257 UK 2013 Sell This Version
WARPCD257X Boards Of Canada Tomorrow's Harvest(CD, Album, Ltd, Dig) Warp Records, Music70 WARPCD257X UK & Europe 2013 Sell This Version
WARPCD257X, WARPCD257 (Misprint) Boards Of Canada Tomorrow's Harvest(CD, Album, Ltd, M/Print, Art) Warp Records, Music70 WARPCD257X, WARPCD257 (Misprint) US 2013 Sell This Version
WARPLP257 Boards Of Canada Tomorrow's Harvest(Cass, Album, Promo) Warp Records, Music70 WARPLP257 UK 2013 Sell This Version

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Thermospore

Thermospore

July 16, 2016
referencing Tomorrow's Harvest , CD, Album, Dig, WARPCD257

This record delivers nothing short of perfection. Perfect 5/5 stars. Each listen is even more fulfilling than the last.
chischis

chischis

June 30, 2016
referencing Tomorrow's Harvest, 2xLP, Album, WARPLP257
If BOC cannot be bothered to write melodies - or even play their synths - any more, then I certainly can't be bothered with their new music. This is BOC watered down, a pastiche, an anorexic shell of what once was. The production is strong - the album sounds BIG and FULL all the way through - but NONE of it is memorable. Where are the cute melodies that they used to write? There are NONE on this album.
4Ever5kyler

4Ever5kyler

March 18, 2016
edited 24 days ago
referencing Tomorrow's Harvest, 2xLP, Album, W/Lbl, TP, Promo, WARPLP257
Cold Earth and Nothing Is Real are intense white label tracks to preview
darkdubh

darkdubh

February 1, 2016
referencing Tomorrow's Harvest, 2xLP, Album, WARPLP257

A slow burner of an album that stands up very well to repeated listens.
mickalphabet

mickalphabet

January 26, 2016
referencing Tomorrow's Harvest, 2xLP, Album, WARPLP257
BOCs finest release to date. Rate this one: Highly recommended
TonicSoul

TonicSoul

April 29, 2015
edited 4 months ago
referencing Tomorrow's Harvest, 2xLP, Album, WARPLP257
Top LP. First heard it on the you tube stream
J198

J198

April 9, 2015
edited about 1 year ago
referencing Tomorrow's Harvest, 2xLP, Album, WARPLP257
This unmistakably unique record is a little difficult for me to evaluate. At first I found it depressing and hard to listen to. It downright refuses to give me what I want: strong melodies and crunchy repetitive drums (in the style of their older releases), and the general tone of the album is quite abbrasive. A number of tracks stand out in their richness or familiarity, such as: Reach for the Dead (the most 'complete' track, Telepath, Cold Earth, Sick Times (with its old school drums), Split Your Infinities, Nothing Is Real, New Seeds and Come to Dust, which comes down to about half of the album. There are times though when I expect these tracks to develop into a more epic and expansive composition but they are often quite muted and modest, and while that fits the overall style of this album, it still leaves me wanting more. Overall, the fact that it isn't instantly appealing and gratifying makes me very interested to find out how I will like it in a few years time. It is apparent that, as others have noted, repeated listening will be rewarded.
octo7

octo7

April 5, 2015
referencing Tomorrow's Harvest, 2xLP, Album, WARPLP257

Great album, dark, murky, sad. Probably chronicling the inevitable demise of our species. It's an album you need to experience as a whole and it rewards repeat listens and attention to detail. The intricacy of the production and recording goes far beyond anything they have done before despite some people thinking it's more simplistic, you just need to listen carefully and try to ask yourself where each sound is coming from, as usual they blend and warp acoustic instruments to the point of it being a kind of game to figure out what is what, Campfire Heaphase was a beautiful, psychedelic experience, warm, fuzzy and down-to-earth (and criminally underrated among the 'IDM' community because it has clearly audible guitars and was out of step with what was trending at that time), Tomorrow's Harvest is bleaker, colder and more challenging but probably more rewarding. I hope they drop an EP and we don't have to wait years for another release.