Our essential sampler mix "X Marks The Spot | Vol 1" officially releases as a free download on July 2 but we're officially leaking a special live mix of it this afternoon at 3PM EST on Bombshell-ter Radio. Featuring only music that's hot by artists that makes up go - boom, the sampler is a summer soundtrack must have with over 20 essential tracks for the season. Strike gold this summer!
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Boards of Canada's fourth album eight years later, out today, definitely sounds like Boards of Canada, and that's good. Except the overall tone is different; maybe a little less hopeful but all the while beautiful.
The album feels like 1981, like we're watching John Carpenter's cult classic "Escape From New York," and it feels like there's a message en-coded in the whole thing, like something imminent is happening. So what's happening? The collapse of the modern world? Perhaps. The boys from Scotland are intimate and thoughtful; always methodical in their processes. "Tomorrow's Harvest" is today - we are reaping what we've sown. These are sick times. The purest of elements - air, food, water and liberty aren't so pure anymore. Boards of Canada inquires your mind as you listen to the music : Anyone [everyone] care to change that?
The album feels like the soundtrack of the sequential take over of our modern world of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, with a lot less of 'more' and a lot more of 'less' as each track plays out from beginning to end. Check out what Edward Snowden thinks on the matter.
Listen to the live transmission of the entire album today on Bombshell-ter Radio on AshevilleFM beginning at 3PM EST and tell us, what do you think?
Today on Bombshell-ter Radio we're featuring the music of German electronic music artist Gudrun Gut and her new album "WILDLIFE". It's a downtempo ambient techno record about "gartens," with edgy synths and whispered phrases of natural truth. This is her first record since moving from Berlin into the German countryside of Uckermark to write the album. With so much natural beauty surrounding her, she wondered how she would move around the area without disturbing the natural ecosystems. The thought led to penning the track > "How Can I Move" a song to be taken literally as much as figuratively. See what you think as we stream the album live this afternoon. - Ms. Amandi