Where are Boards of Canada from?
Edinburgh, United KingdomBoards of Canada / Origin
Is Pitchfork any good?
The average scores of all the reviews in our data set was 7.03, and the median was 7.3, indicating that Pitchfork generally gives relatively high scores to the albums they review. This is further supported by the left-skewed distribution of scores showing that more reviews are given positive ratings than negative ones.
Is Boards of Canada over?
Signing to Skam and then Warp Records in the 1990s, the duo received recognition following the release of their debut album Music Has the Right to Children in 1998….
|Boards of Canada|
|Genres||Electronic downtempo ambient IDM psychedelia|
|Labels||Warp Skam Music70|
Where do Canadian boards live?
At present, the duo live in Scotland again, working out of the Hexagon Sun Studio.
Why is Pitchfork hated?
That’s a stretch, but Pitchfork does resemble its glossy ancestor in one particular way: attracting haters in astonishing numbers. Some people despise Pitchfork because it’s too verbose, or too brutal, or they just don’t like how the site dismisses established artists because it can.
Does boards of Canada have a concept of’reinvention’?
As similar as this album is to the rest of the band’s catalog, it seems a safe speculation that the concept of “reinvention” is not part of the Boards of Canada M.O. Their exceptionally distinctive and oft-imitated sound emerged fully formed on the early EPs, and for now, at least, they’re sticking with it.
What makes Tomorrow’s Harvest music sound like boards of Canada?
If the earliest Boards of Canada music still seemed inspired by Warp’s post-techno Artificial Intelligence movement, beats on Tomorrow’s Harvest are secondary. The tempos are generally slow, and there’s not much trickiness to the percussion.
Is Geogaddi a remake of boards of Canada?
Geogaddi provides a clear answer: not so far, really. As similar as this album is to the rest of the band’s catalog, it seems a safe speculation that the concept of “reinvention” is not part of the Boards of Canada M.O.