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Customer Reviews

Nostalgia and renaissance

They are back! And very welcome, thank you. Brilliant!

Less melodic than earlier stuff.

I think this album is OK if a bit monotonous. I liked how on Children and Geogaddi each track sounded like its own distinct piece, whereas on this album things run together and it's more about texture than melody. It's not quite drone but it's closer to that than previous stuff. It's OK, I'm not nuts about this release but I enjoy it all the same.

Good comeback

After a long wait, Boards have returned with a good solid effort. It's not their best album, but it's still worth getting. They can still produce haunting, nostalgic and melodic music.


Formed: 1996 in Scotland

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Boards of Canada are the duo of Michael Sandison (born June 1, 1970) and Marcus Eoin (born July 21, 1971). Based on the northern coast of Scotland, the group got its start on acclaimed experimental electronica label Skam in 1996 after recording an obscene number of tracks and pressing the best of them up as a miniscule-run 12", Twoism, an eight-track promo EP the group sent to labels in lieu of a demonstration tape. The pair's first official release appeared on Skam toward the middle of 1996, and...
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