Honestly, you probably already know if you like Tomorrow’s Harvest, the new album from Scottish brother-duo Boards of Canada. That’s partly a testament to the band’s towering previous achievements—they frequently disappear for years between releases, only to suddenly put out music that ends up near the top of every year-end list. Their sort-of debut album, Music Has the Right to Children, is widely regarded as a classic of the genre, and its follow-ups Geogaddi and The Campfire Headphase were universally praised. (via Boards of Canada: Tomorrow’s Harvest (Warp) | Under The Radar)

Honestly, you probably already know if you like Tomorrow’s Harvest, the new album from Scottish brother-duo Boards of Canada. That’s partly a testament to the band’s towering previous achievements—they frequently disappear for years between releases, only to suddenly put out music that ends up near the top of every year-end list. Their sort-of debut album, Music Has the Right to Children, is widely regarded as a classic of the genre, and its follow-ups Geogaddi and The Campfire Headphase were universally praised. (via Boards of Canada: Tomorrow’s Harvest (Warp) | Under The Radar)

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