|I've chucked a few of their old bits at the end of mixes before - Whitewater, Carcan are two that pop to mind.|
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Single is pretty decent when it gets going, looking forward to it!|
Also I can't believe 2005 me said "woot".
Cool, I'm not really a fan, but Reach for the Dead sounded quite good.|
Looking froward to this, thanks
|That was great tbh, as i said never really like them b4, but WOW, I'm in!|
|It was good. I put some headphones on to immerse myself in it and fell asleep towards the end.|
|Released today (June 9th ) for those with a digital pre-order. Going to take a few listens like Campfire Headphase did to click me thinks.|
|I only caught the end of the live stream, so is this good? I like the sound of it being influenced by old horror soundtracks. Usually a good sound.|
|It's really, really bloody ruddy good.|
XBLA: Hamster Trippin
|It is good, more like 80's sci-fi than documentary soundtrack stuff. It sounds like Boards, but isn't Boards by numbers. Has the breadth of sound that started to come in with Campfire Headphase, but sonically can touch on elements as far back as Boc Maxima.|
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Well I've been listening to Tomorrow's Harvest non-stop for the past 10 days. It's an excellent album. For me it doesn't reach the greatness of MHTRC and Geogadi, but it is their most cohesive album and is best listened to in full. Some of the tracks don't stand too well on thier own but it's a greater-than-the-sum-of-it's-parts kind of album.|
And it's currently No. 7 in the album chart! Awesome stuff.
|It's got a scant few good tracks imo. Not worth the wait.|
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Its really good. Geogaddi and A Beautiful Place are still my favourites, though. BoC and Tim Hecker are two of my favourite artists.|
Really digging The Knife's new album, too.