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  1. Not really a fan of Rick & Morty... but am a fan of both dank memes and the long-running AS bromance with IDMz. Lots of warp and other guud stuff on here (tracklist in description doofi):
  2. just found out this cool ass beans band... have a listen...
  3. http://parallaxsound...news/4530187515
  4. This was originally a mix I recorded last year for FutureMusic.FM but I've removed my speech/jingles and changed it a little bit, Now it's just 2 hours of Boards of Canada. Enjoy
  5. iunno how long they have been down for... thread is for the annual speculation based on facts we have for a new boc thanks edit: typo on title *http://cosecha-transmisiones.com/
  6. this one is awesome so boc
  7. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Faastwalker/176072202561576
  8. Yeah, I know. Just hear me out. I was talking with someone recently and got trying to explain the Hauntology genre. It’s sort of weird trying to explain the appeal of something you like to someone who doesn’t really understand the appeal of whatever it is. Basically, I gave them the whole 70s nostalgia thing, Film Idents, BBC Radiophonic Workshops, 70s & 80s Kids TV, English Folklore etc, etc. Told them about all the artists working in that area (that I knew of). And they replied “So basically it’s just Boards of Canada?” It just got me wondering. What do you think?
  9. links for noobs: this thread is to do speculation based on facts we have
  10. The Hatcliffe House Tapes Volume 3 Colours and Themes Available now Downloads include Print your own artwork templates for CD and C60 Cassette Cases and 4 Bonus Hi Res A3 Posters https://indifferentspace.bandcamp.com/album/the-hatcliffe-house-tapes-vol-3-colours-and-themes "In this adventure we travel through the haunted world of past sciences, sequencing envelopes to connect sounds using practical electronics, creating sonic fusion which rises and falls like water. Inviting colour into a dark world to shine and fade away once more." *More of a downtempo compliation, breaks, sequences, old synths laced with retro samples from science/education programmes and b movies. Any fans of Boards of Canada or Black Moth Super Rainbow should enjoy this. Teaser Below https://soundcloud.com/tele-3/oscillopsia-venus Also Available I have also released an EP under my Oscillopeisia Monkier OSCILLOPEISIA - COSMICA EP Available to buy in i Quality Digital Download and Limited Edition 3 Inch CD from https://indifferentspace.bandcamp.com/album/cosmica-ep Going for a more Cosmic Disco feel here..........enjoy. Teaser Below https://soundcloud.com/tele-3/oscillopeisia-cosmica
  11. https://soundcloud.com/shane_anthony/boards-of-canada-reel-to-reel-mixtape Cheers! Shane
  12. Guest

    J Dilla sampling BoC?

    I was listening to this track by Dilla off the Ruff Draft EP today and the hook/riff (kicks in at 0:33) really reminded me of either a BoC or Autechre track.. I was wondering if anyone else thinks the same, or if they can identify the sample? Sort of reminds me of I Will Get It Tattooed by BoC but I dont think that is it http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RjsXELHVu44
  13. http://youtu.be/sOK3qAki-fc
  14. Hey all, I'm excited to share my first EP, "Grandma Tapes" with you all. You can listen here: http://inkjetmusic.com/Grandma-Tapes Grandma Tapes is made out of samples from my grandmother's collection of classical cassettes. Everything on the record is a sample, including the drum sounds. And all of it was created/arranged/mixed entirely on the Elektron Octatrack (with a little extra reverb at the very end). There were 3 strict rules I set out for the project - if you're curious, I go into them in detail in the link above. More fun than rules: I also made a music video for the first track out of found ballet footage. Check it out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxGiiWnFM0Q You can also listen over at http://soundcloud.com/ink-jet Interested to hear what you all think. Thanks for listening.
  15. Allen Lanier, founding guitarist/keyboardist for Blue Öyster Cult, died yesterday of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. He was 67. Lanier also produced the Clash's "Give 'Em Enough Rope" and was Patti Smith's collaborator (and lover) during the 1970s.
  16. So I received my copy of Harvest Moon yesterday, finally - I'm done ordering from Tesco! (well they did say it was going to take a while, to be fair, as they don't normally have these kinds of items, as I was told, and I did yell a fair bit at the lady, too) - I did have the album on June 6th initially for a short period of time, but it was a mistake they made as I was sent a wrong version of the album on VYNIL (who even has a vynil player in 2012?!), and it appeared to be some kind of false edition, too, as the vynil-CD was blue and had some image of the bros carved into it (can vynil-recorders even display images?) - obviously I returned it. So now that I did receive the correct version yesterday, I was surprised to find that the music was on a plain CD-r with no cover, but I like the minimalist tone they were headed for. The aluminium foil smelling of Peccorino the CD came in was a nice surprise compared to the usual shrinkwarp as well (Do you think Warp records is called Wrap records because of the shrink warp? I am only kidding!!) Everything had been prepared & I was so excited when I was about to play the album on my Discman for the first time, unable to believe I was finally about to experience THE moment I had been waiting for for almost three months, ever since I got introduced to BoC after hearing Everything You Do Is A Balloon on an Ibiza Beach-House compilation in March. But this is when I encountered my first problemo: The CD wouldn't play! I didn't know what to do, even after figuring out I had put the disc in the wrong side up (which didn't take me that long), the CD wouldn't play. I was gonna ask on Twoism about it, if it wasn't for my banning. Luckily, when I eventually tried it in my PC, it worked! But here's another problemo: The files. I spent AGES trying to find a decent freeware tool to finally convert them to .M4r which I'm not sure was intended by BoC as part of the listening experience or not, but regardless, IF it was, my apologies for critiqueing them on it. Anyway, this all took way longer than it should and my girlfriend wasn't even wet anymore at this point (that's what she told me, I didn't check) - normally I just show her the drawing I made of Mike & Marc to get her into the mood, but not even this would help yesterday! Well, after an intense argument and lots of crying on both sides, we decided on a compromise: I would get to listen to the album whilst sleeping with her, but she would press charges. So I hit play and WOW was I blown away by the initial base kick on Gemini! It's a bit sad my gf couldn't listen in as I forgot to bring the two-way adaptor so I couldn't connect two sets of earphones (I couldn't share either cause my left one is broken), so she didn't get to listen to the music. I asked her whether it was okay to her as I was a bit worried, but she said it didn't matter at this point which I believed. Now, about the music: I did write a track-by-track review, but that is in the Twoism tab that I still have open from before the banning, and I'm not going to type it again just to get it into this one. 3/10
  17. Hello, the Italian music magazine Mucchio Selvaggio published in the last issue an interview with BOC. Since it cited WATMM in one of the questions to the Sandisons (that made me chuckle when I read it), I made the effort to translate the text. The weird wording is partly my fault not being a native english speaker, partly due to the interviewer trying to be cool by placing dramatic full stops in the middle of a sentence. I attached the scans from the magazine, there's some press photos in it and the original text if you can read italian. Enjoy
  18. What do you think? discuss also what is hot right now
  19. A FEW OLD TUNES A night of music and visuals insired by Boards of Canada. DJ FOOD (Ninja Tune) POSTHUMAN (Balkan / Horn Wax / Seed) TOM CENTRAL (Keep Up!) + GUESTS facebook.com/events/203200013162993 -- To celebrate the release of the new Boards of Canada album 'Tomorrow's Harvest' DJ Food, Posthuman, Tom Central & special guests host a night of music and visuals inspired by Boards of Canada. DJ & VJ sets of BoC rarities, new edits, remixes and classics, plus music & visuals related to the duo... Upstairs at Catch, Kingsland Road, London thecatchbar.com Thurs 20th June. Free entry all night. 8pm-2am.
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BUNDLE 1 - WARP / BOC / SKAM LFO - Sheath (ltd) £3.50 Blech II £3 We Are Reasonable People £2.99 LFO - Advance £3.86 B12 - Electro-Soma £5.90 Kenny Larkin - Azimuth £5.15 Warp 103 - Remixes £3.29 Jackson & His Computer Band - Smash £2.63 Smash-Up Megamix £na RAC - Diversions £1.99 BOC - Music Has The Right To Children £8.55 Meat Beat Manifesto - Prime Audio Soup £4.71 BOC - In a Beautiful Place Out in The Country £3.95 Bubbahs Tum - Dirty Great Mable £4.28 BOC - Hi Scores - with paper insert - £15-£20 BOC - Peel Session £3.95 Bola - Soup £5.27 Bola - Mauver £1.00 Various - 0161 £3.94 Internet Price: £59.99 My Price: £25 BUNDLE 2 - BLACK DOG / PLAID / GPR Beaumont Hannant - Tastes and Textures Vol.3 £33.56 Andy Pickford - Darklands Ep £14.48 Germ - Black Chair EP £4.60 Balil - Parasight £25.65 Ko-Wreck - Ko-Wrecktion EP £0.50 Peel Session £1.71 Temple of Transparent Balls £3.95 Parallel £2.00 Spanners £4.50 Bytes £5.13 Undoneson £5.04 Not For Threes £3.00 Rest Proof Clockwork £1.97 Plaid Peel Session £2.14 Internet Price: £108.23 My Price: £45 BUNDLE 3 - APHEX TWIN / LUKE VIBERT Selected Ambient Works 1 (1992 cd) £5.00 Surfing On Sine Waves (1993 cd) £2.00 Richard D James £3 I Care Because You Do (x2) £2.57x2 Chosen Lords £8.00 2 Remixes by AFX £1.32 Analogue Bubblebath (US) £2.63 Come to Daddy Remixed £1.89 Come to Daddy Mini Album £1.39 Saint Etienne - Hobart Paving £0.01 Anaolgue Bubblebath 4 £3.29 Seefeel - Pure Impure £3.00 Come to Daddy £1.71 Ventolin EP Remixes £2.00 Girl/Boy EP £4.27 Donkey Rhubarb £4.50 Ventolin EP £1.28 On Remixes £4.27 On £7.00 Quoth (with hidden track) £20 Anaolgue Bubblebath 3 (1997 reissue) £1.97 Lovely £0.09 The Power Of Love £0.85 A Polished Solid £1.00 Do Unto Others £2.75 Me & Mr Sutton £1.97 Tally Ho £2.00 YosepH £1.81 Stop The Panic £1.95 Various - State of The Nu Art £0.99 Big Soup £4.27 Various - Minimalism £2.56 Internet Price: £103.91 My Price: £30 BUNDLE 4 - MU-ZIQ / PLANET MU / SPOOKY / WORM INTERFACE / SUN ELECTRIC Mealtime £7.90 Das ist Ein Groovybeat Ja £2.40 Royal Astronomy £3.47 Phi1700-UV £2.48 Nautilus £0.99 Brace Yourself £1.97 Urmer Bile Vols1&2 £2.06 Royal Astronomy Sampler £0.42 mu-ziq vs The Auteurs (cd sticker wrecked!) £1.99 Jega - Spectrum £4.00 Horse Opera - 3 Cornered Room £1.32 My Little Beautiful £3.15 The Fear £0.99 Speedy J - Ni Go Snix £1.99 Bjork - Hunter £2.14 Bluff Limbo £4 Lunatic Harness £3.84 Tango N Vectif £1.28 Slag Boom Van Loon £4.50 Found Sound £2.00 Stereo EP £2.48 Clank EP £1.49 Shunt EP £0.99 Fingerbobs £0.19 William Orbit - Water From a Vine Leaf £2.13 Plasmalamp - Void Travelling £3.38 Baraki - Colonel Laspberry £1.70 Jake Mandell - Parallel Processes £3.43 Jake Mandell - Quondam Current £1.92 Sun Electric - O'Locco £7.00 Sun Electric - Kitchen £4.27 Sun Electric - Eya £3.22 Internet Price: £83.10 My Price: £25 BUNDLE 5 - AUTECHRE / GESCOM AE sticker - Came with TriRepetae orders? Buggered if I can find it on the internet - Priceless ! £10 Gescom - Minidisc £6.41 Autechre - Quaristice (LTD) £100.00 Autechre - Envane (promo) £7.65 Gescome - ISSSA £5.10 Alternative Frequencies 3 £2.73 DJ Food - Refried Food £1.64 The Widescreen Versions £3.43 Jello - Lungbone EP £6.58 7 Hills Clash £7.69 Internet Price: £151.23 My Price: £80 BUNDLE 6 - TOUCH / LINE / RASTER NOTON / KARAOKE KALK / SONIG / RUNE GRAMMOFON / MISC Philip Jeck - 7 £7.00 Fennesz - Field Recordings £2.83 Cascone Chartier Deupree - After £17.00 Akira Rabelais - Eisoptrophobia £21.36 Farmers Manual - FSCK £6.41 Ambarchi-Fennesz-Pimmon-Rehberg-Rowe - Afternoon-Tea £4.29 Akira Rabelais - Elongated Pentagonal Pyramid £11.97 Christophe Charles - Undirected Dok £6.84 Various(12k/Line) - Between Two Points £13.16 William Basinski - Variations for Piano & Tape £5.27 Clicks & Cuts 2 (3 cds) £5.13 Clicks & Cuts (2cds) £6.58 Morgan Caney & Kamal Joory - Magic Radios £1.71 Aelters - Mixitch Mjuega Djisc £1.32 Farben - Textstar £5.92 Wunder £7.50 Takagi Masakatsu - Eating £5.00 Burnt Friedman - Con Ritmo £2.00 Vert - Nice Types of Ambiguity £3.09 Monolight - Free Music £3.85 Various (VVM) - AuralOffalWaffleTenPintsOfBitterAndABagOfPorkScratchings £2.63 Internet Price: £138.23 My Price: £45 BUNDLE 7 - NOBUKAZU TAKEMURA / PHOTEK / FOURTET / RICHARD KIRK / DJ KRUSH / DABRYE / DJ SPOOKY / DJ SHADOW / MISC Yo La Tengo - Danelectro £2.56 Hoshi No Koe £2.30 Scope £3.29 Funfair £1.32 Sign £2.99 Steve Reich Remixed £10.00 Roni Size - Brown Paper Bag £1.00 Solaris £2.15 Ni Ten Ichi Ryu £3.95 Modus Operandi £2.49 Sonovac - EP £0.63 OF EP £1.99 Glasshead/Calamine £4.27 Dialogue £25.00 Kinoshita/Terasaka £1.79 Dabrye - Instrmntl £5.13 Dabrye - OneThree £4.17 DJ Krush, Toshinori Kondo - Ki-Oku £4.16 DJ Krush - Meiso £3.40 Dark Magus - Night Watchmen £2.97 Sandoz - Chant to Jah £3.21 Sandoz - God Bless The Conspiracy £5.94 Cabaret Voltaire - The Conversation £6.58 DJ Spooky - File Under Futurism £1.50 DJ Spooky - Optometry £1.28 DJ Spooky - Songs of a Dead Dreamer £1.92 DJ Shadow - What Does Your Soul Look Like £5.13 DJ Shadow - In Flux/Hidsight £3.29 Remote Viewer - Here I Go Again On My Own £2.56 Smyglyssna - We Can Fix It £1.70 Toshinori Kondo - Charged £5.13 Internet Price: £124.57 My Price: £35 BUNDLE 8 - FSOL / SALT TANK / POLE / SCAPE / THIRD EYE FOUNDATION / MISC Signed Sealed Delivered £0.50 Cascade £1.81 We Have Explosive Remixes £0.42 We Have Explosive £0.99 Lifeforms £1.32 My Kingdom £1.00 Papua New Guinea £1.97 ISDN (black ltd) £1.99 Dead Cities £2.35 Salt Tank - ST3 £8.00 Salt Tank - ST4 £9.99 Salt Tank - ST5 £4.99 Salt Tank - Wave Intruder £1.99 Pole - CD1 £5.00 Pole - CD2 £6.00 Pole - CD3 £5.13 Appliance - D4 £0.85 Staeditizism 3 £0.99 Staeditizism £2.63 Jan Jelinek - Loop Finding Jazz Records £16.00 Kit Clayton - Nek Sanalet £5.27 Kit Clayton - Repetition & Nonsense £3.29 Scape Showcase £0.99 Various - Structure/Decay £0.44 Third Eye Foundation - Little Lost Soul £1.12 Third Eye Foundation - You Guys Kill Me £2.55 Buckfunk 3000 - First Class Ticket to Telos £1.69 Sutekh - Periods Make Sense £4.16 MDK - Open Transport £1.99 Various - Ischemic Folks £1.28 Various - House of Distraction £1.97 Gez Varley - Bayour Paradis £1.32 Vapourspace - Grav Arch of 10 Suite £6.41 Various - Trance Europe Express 4 £2.79 Internet Price: £109.17 My Price: £30 RANDOM (offers) Wishmountain is Dead £25.41 Thurston Moore - Root (with hoover Bag) £7.05 Masahiko Togashi - Rings £24.88 Bluetrain - No Lightweight Stuff £64.35 Tomita - Different Dimensions £3.99 Michael Fakesch - Marion £1.28 Akira OST £4.99 Jonny L - This Time £7.27 Willy Mason - Untitled £12.00 Cocteau Twins - Snow £4.50 Sheep On Drugs - Drug Music £5.98 Bjork Mit Funkstorung - All is Full of Love £3.00 Kid606 vs DJ Dalek - Ruin It EP £1.97 2K - F**K The Millennium (promo) £1.99 Front 242 - Masterhit (single) £1.29 // ENDED
  21. For the dedicated few who didn't tuck into the stream or the presumably now-ubiquitous CD rips doing the rounds, do you have any special plans on where you're giving TH it's first listen? With the fine weather in the UK at the moment (a serious rarity), one night this week a few of us will be heading out to a place in South Wales called the Devil's Pulpit (quite fitting, I thought): (That's not me). The view looks down on to the Cistercian Abbey of Tintern, which should prove for an epic setting at dusk: Hopefully we won't be tutted at/shuffled along by grumpy ramblers. Still trying to work out a decent pair of speakers for the occasion...
  22. http://www.mixcloud.com/thesteamroom/session-11-june-13-boards-of-canada-tribute-mix/ This month's Steam Room landed on the release date of the wonderful new Boards of Canada album 'Tomorrow's Harvest', Their first in 8 years. As a great admirer of their craft I felt it was my duty to capitalize on the ridiculous hype surrounding this release and present you with a 2hr BoC retrospective tribute mix from myself. Download>> http://tinyurl.com/qg2aqxg http://www.boardsofcanada.com/ Next show 08/07/13 20:00GMT http://future-music.co.uk/ Fly In The Pool/Soylent Night/Iced Cooley/Oscar See Through Red Eye/Everything You Do Is A Balloon/Gyroscope/Turquoise Hexagon Sun/Seeya Later/Mukinabaht/Finity/An Eagle In Your Mind/In A Beautiful Place Out In The Country/Hi Scores/Smokes Quantity/Music is Math/Telephasic Workshop/The Devil is in the Details/Up The March Bank/Nlogax/Orange Romeda/Trapped/Skyliner/Oirectine/Pete Standing Alone/Dave (I'm a Real Traditionalist)/The Midas Touch/June 9th/Roygbiv/Split Your Infinities/Chinook/Cold Earth/Reach for the Dead/Buckie High/Jacquard Causeway/One Very Important Thought
  23. Twoism: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/RARE-Boards-Of-Canada-BoC-Twoism-LP-12-Music70-WARPLP70-/121122282859?pt=UK_Records&hash=item1c33735d6b High Scores: http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=121122289765&ssPageName=ADME:L:LCA:GB:1123 Hope these go to a good home, happy bidding.
  24. http://thecreatorsproject.vice.com/blog/neil-krug-board-of-canada-tomorrows-harvest “It shook a lot of people up, it's just exciting. I had a small thrill in my living room experiencing it all.” Music video director Neil Krug is talking about the release of Tomorrow's Harvest, the much anticipated album by Boards of Canada. Krug directed the two video releases, "Cosecha Signal One" and "Reach For The Dead," which were aired via a coded game of cat and mouse with fans on social media prior to the launch. “It's been like a top secret operation,” says Krug. “I don't know any other way to describe it other than unorthodox, in a very good way.” For Krug, Boards of Canada were, unwittingly, the catalyst for a career in music videos. The now successful Los Angeles-based music video director marks the output of Warp Records at the start of the last decade as hugely influential on his decision to pursue the creative form. “Not to sound too fanboy, but when I was in my early twenties, it was some of the first music that made me really appreciate the marriage of visuals with sound. If you marry them well, something unique comes out of that." Krug first worked officially with Warp Records in 2012, on a mini album track by Gonjasufi entitled "The Blame."Unofficially, Krug produced a fan video for "In A Beautiful Place Out In The Country," which was originally released by Boards of Canada as an EP in 2000. He decided to create a video for it in 2006 after finding a load of Super 8 film that had been thrown away in his neighbourhood of Old West Lawrence, Kansas. “It was my first foray into music video-making and using real film,” he explains. “I found this footage of a birthday party from the 1970s and it was beyond creepy because the film was deteriorated beyond belief. I thought, 'Well, where is the rest of it?' And then I thought, what if I just made the rest of it up myself? So I bought some Super 8 gear, got the cameras, bought some film and filmed the rest of it as I saw fit. That was the first time I'd tried anything like that and after I finished it, I sent it off to Warp to ask if I could use the music. They forwarded it on to the band and several years later, here I am." The unusual approach to the release of Tomorrow's Harvest certainly piqued lots of interest. Krug's been fending off inquiries from friends and fellow fans trying to gain some insight into the project. “People want to know, 'What does it all mean? What is it trying to mean?' I think that's sort of answered by, in a way, 'Whatever it means to you,'" laughs Krug. “In proper Boards of Canada fashion, almost everything has two meanings. You don't want to make anything that can be dissected in one night, it has to have some sort of life to it, some sort of longevity.” According to Krug, there doesn't appear to have been any creative pressure from the band or the label to film things a certain way, but atmosphere was discussed plenty. Krug notes that one of the things they were going for was an air of paranoia and bleak sci-fi dystopia that was probably inspired by films from the mid-70s. Various locations were used in the Californian desert on both shoots. “I didn't want it to look like anyone else’s video,” he explains, “For the most part in Los Angeles, if you've directed music videos, there are probably a dozen spots that people frequent, you recognize the locations and I really wanted to avoid that. We went way off the beaten path, places that I sort of know about but had never been. For me, to make it successful, I don't want anyone to know where any of this stuff is. It's about creating something otherworldly."
  25. In the spirit of Tycho, Boards of Canda, and many others, here is my 2013 single "Dial" from my EP entitled "Temple Analog." I would love to get feedback, on either side, so as to help my next album! https://soundcloud.com/camden-moser Tack! Dial.mp3
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