Here’s a foray into the more mysterious, occult portion of BoC’s catalog. It’s very difficult to come away from these tracks with a feeling of solid understanding, but I think I’ve consolidated my thinking, at least on these four tracks, at least for now.
Yo, I’m back with a hot new podcast, putting into words my own speculations on the true influence of psychedelics on Boards of Canada’s music. Don’t do drugs guys. (I’m serious, hit ya boy up on FB and i’ll elaborate)
Dunno if any of you guys play piano, but if you do, and you love playing BoC on it as much as I do, check out this new stuff, I’ve got recordings of my arrangements of Farewell Fire, Red Moss, and Northern Plastics uploaded, as well as a lot of songs from yesteryear.
Here’s a little primer for the next installment of the podcast. This is from 0:38 in Collapse, sped up some in audacity. I definitely hear a voice saying something pretty clearly, but I’m interested to hear what you guys think without my input.
What do you hear? Hit up the ol’ comments and don’t be shy!