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Good of Sean respecting them and not streaming unreleased BOC tunes but god damn what I want that Cichli-cover now!! 
 

Maybe they will cut off everyone more then ever if they play it. 

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Yea def, but imo like if boc wants to release it then it will get released and if no then not innit  :)

S all good in the end, so much music out there!

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umm a BoC cover of Cichli?! I would give up a limb to hear that.

Not surprising at all to see the comment about Old Tunes 1 and 2, I hope they eventually loosen up re: their archives but I doubt they ever will. 

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22 minutes ago, goDel said:

good aprils fools btw ;D

 

Its from yesterday so doesn't count...

 

Now only if ae covered Julie & Candy..... that would make a killer 12" release.

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Pretty sure in the Autechre AA, somebody asked them what they thought about Tomorrows Harvest and Sean just brushed the question off. Saying he couldn't bothered to even talk about anything BOC. Definitely got the feeling he just didn't want the ball ache of the phone ringing and getting an ear full.

I presume Sean and Rob have also signed the Official Boards Of Canada Secrecy Act.

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41 minutes ago, beer badger said:

Pretty sure in the Autechre AA, somebody asked them what they thought about Tomorrows Harvest and Sean just brushed the question off. Saying he couldn't bothered to even talk about anything BOC. Definitely got the feeling he just didn't want the ball ache of the phone ringing and getting an ear full.

I presume Sean and Rob have also signed the Official Boards Of Canada Secrecy Act.

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Sean: i like TH and i'm waiting to see who figures out the samples
 

(questioner) [expand on this?]

Sean: nah i'm not getting dragged into some long boc critique ... i like TH a lot but i do miss the little keyboard runs, i hope they return after the harvest

 

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