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Boards Of CanadaTomorrow's Harvest

Label:Warp Records – WARPLP257, Music70 – WARPLP257
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album
Style:Downtempo, Ambient, IDM


A2Reach For The Dead4:47
A3White Cyclosa3:13
A4Jacquard Causeway6:35
B2Cold Earth3:42
B3Transmisiones Ferox2:18
B4Sick Times4:16
C1Palace Posy4:05
C2Split Your Infinities4:28
C4Nothing Is Real3:52
D1New Seeds5:39
D2Come To Dust4:07
D3Semena Mertvykh3:30

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Gatefold cover with printed inner sleeves. Issued with a digital download code.

Made in the EU.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (String): 801061025717
  • Barcode (Text): 8 01061 02571 7
  • Label Code: LC02070
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): WARP 257 A BD02482-01 A1 NS
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): WARP 257 B BD02482-01 B1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout): WARP 257 C BD02482-02 C1 NS
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout): WARP 257 D BD02482-02 D1

Other Versions (5 of 15)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Tomorrow's Harvest (17×File, MP3, Album, 320kbps)Warp RecordsWARPCDD257UK2013
Tomorrow's Harvest (CD, Album, Digipak)Beat Records, Warp Records, Music70BRC-382, noneJapan2013
Tomorrow's Harvest (CD, Album, Digipak)Warp Records, Music70WARPCD257Europe2013
Tomorrow's Harvest (CD, Album, Limited Edition, Digipak)Warp Records, Music70WARPCD257XUK & Europe2013
Tomorrow's Harvest (CD, Album, Limited Edition, Misprint, Artcard Edition, Digipak)Warp Records, Music70WARPCD257X, WARPCD257 (Misprint)US2013
beloit's profile picture
If the guys have really quit, this album would be the worst possible ending. It's not terrible, it's just incredibly trivial in large parts, without anything to really hold on to. Technically it is really boring, especially if you listen to many of their demos and early works that have not been released until today, where they had such a deep desire to experiment.
serge-09's profile picture
The influence of John Carpenter's movie soundtracks on this album is huge.
amcsounds's profile picture
8 years today and as relevant then as it is now, a timeless masterpiece
22oehlerkingw08's profile picture
This record took some time to grow on me to be honest. After a year or two after the release I started to really enjoy the record
josepfernandezmarsal's profile picture
Edited 7 months ago
This sounds terrific. Excelent pressing to test the bass of your music system.
modus0perandi's profile picture
When i first heard this album I admit i was a bit disappointed and didnt listen to it for a long time, then i picked up a song or two over the years and then gave it a proper chance again and now its probably my favourite BoC album. Dont knock it too easy, give it time.
edgeless22's profile picture
Honestly, I like this album! It’s darker and heavier than the older BOC stuff, but this is an album that grows with every listen.
The pressing is great as with every Warp reissue, you can find it at very reasonable price
pacificnations's profile picture
Their worst album by quite a considerable margin. Listened once a year every year since it was released, haven't even bothered opening my vinyl copy. Really want to like it, can't.
lowdown's profile picture
Edited 8 months ago
The soundtrack for 2020. We just didn't know it back in 2013. So the guys were actually 7 years ahead of their time.
Btw: don't listen to the naggers: this album is amazing. I think the tracks are more accentuated and clear, which I love, but which also seems to cause a big drama with some ambient/drone connaisseurs...

CtheB's profile picture
Here is another Boards Of Canada album. By 2013 the world knew exactly what it was going to get.

1) a lot of tracks, several of which will function as vague interludes and will last around two minutes: check

2) an introductory track that imitates a blurred TV station sting from the 1970s: check

3) layers of cosmetic, imitation tape hiss, to make the music sound more remote in time, more "dreamlike", more "childlike": check

4) ponderous tempos: check

5) microtuning and vaguely conspiratorial-sounding off-(minor-)key synths wafting over one another, as a cheap and easy means of conveying a sense of dread: check

6) no development or modulation within individual tracks: check

7) droning, sustained bass notes, essential for that "ominous™" atmosphere: check

8) blurred and distorted voice samples – some adults, some children – which make generic announcements throughout, "like transmissions from another space and time, man …": check

In other words, "Tomorrow's Harvest" is identical to the previous BoC albums, except for one element: the tracks are generally ever-so-slightly less blurred than before. It took them eight years to come up with this incrementally slight deviation. The problem here is that the removal of some of the hiss reveals just how flimsy the tracks underneath are. And still this album sold by the ton, as will the next.

I'd be interested to know whether anyone has yet formed a Boards Of Canada parody act. It would be easy enough. Anyone can make this lazy junk – just follow the steps above.