boards of canada, geogaddi album, Warp Records
It's been four years since the acclaimed 'Music Has The Right To Children' was put out. This one, apparently inspired by nature, mathematics and the disturbing side of the human psyche, should be worth the wait for those that have been waiting.
Retro synth sounds, long delays, nice grooves and altered voices people the drifting and haunting soundscapes. The whole thing works on a few levels: the first is that there is accessability, by use of the familiar, that allows anyone to get into it. The second is that the electronic textures are interesting in their own right so that people who listen carefully to that side of things will also get something out of it.
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