Olson - Boards Of Canada - Music Has The Right To Children (CD, Album)


Download Olson - Boards Of Canada - Music Has The Right To Children (CD, Album)
2002
Label: Beat Records - BRC- 50 • Format: 2x, CD Album, Limited Edition • Country: Japan • Genre: Electronic • Style: IDM, Experimental, Ambient


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  1. Music Has the Right to Children is the debut studio album by Scottish electronic music duo Boards of brantedilesulli.floodmomorilesisleryguangjewabne.co was released on 20 April in the United Kingdom by Warp and Skam Records and in the United States by Matador brantedilesulli.floodmomorilesisleryguangjewabne.co album was produced at Hexagon Sun, the duo's personal recording studio in Pentland Hills, and continued their distinctive style of electronica, featuring Genre: Electronica, IDM, ambient, downtempo, trip hop, .
  2. I discovered Boards of Canada on Spotify about a year ago. And after listening to this whole album, I have to say. "Music Has The Right To Children" really is a classic. Being familiar with other electronic artists from the s, it seems that Boards of Canada know how to be themselves. They don't try to sound like other artists/5().
  3. Jan 17,  · Boards of Canada's debut, MUSIC HAS THE RIGHT TO CHILDREN, was a revelation when it was released, and remains a revelation today. Mixing modern production and child-like innocence, this album has a dreamy, ethereal quality which set the standard for IDM at the time/5(K).
  4. May 25,  · referencing Music Has The Right To Children, CD, Album, RE, RP, Dig, warpcd55x, skald1 Beautiful and warm melodies make up a truly masterpiece of the electronica golden age. Not to dance, not to stay still, the beats run along the trip hop lines to serve stranges inserts of atmospheric pads in reverie thoughts/5(K).
  5. Boards of Canada are a Scottish electronic music duo consisting of brothers Michael Sandison and Marcus Eoin. Signing to Skam and then Warp Records in the s, the duo received recognition following the release of their debut album Music Has the Right to Children in Their subsequent albums, Geogaddi (), The Campfire Headphase () and Tomorrow's Harvest (), have .
  6. ‘Music Has the Right To Children’ arrived in as a joint release from Warp and the burgeoning Skam imprint, and proved a seminal release which helped define Warp’s place in electronic music’s hall of fame, and gained the introspective, mysterious sounds of duo Boards of Canada .
  7. Apr 03,  · The album came out in April , a joint release by scene-leading Warp Records and the rising second-wave IDM label Skam. Although Music Has the Right has the feeling of a .
  8. Although Boards of Canada's blueprint for electronic listening music -- aching electro-synth with mid-tempo hip-hop beats and occasional light scratching -- isn't quite a revolution in and of itself, Music Has the Right to Children is an amazing LP. Similar to the early work of Autechre and Aphex Twin, the duo is one of the few European artists who can match their American precursors with.

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