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Gyromania
June 16th 2013



15165 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5 | Sound Off

no friggin way. music has the right was upbeat, beautiful, catchy, oft times very ominous-sounding, and was filled with layers upon layers upon layers. geogaddi was very beat-oriented and extremely varied (1969, dawn chorus, and julia sounds absolutely nothing alike), and then campfire headphase was them dabbling more in atmosphere. this is like 90% atmosphere, and it all sounds so bloody similar. i have heard this four times now and i think i'm done, i honestly don't hear what you're all hearing; this is insanely boring music

StrangerofSorts
Contributing Reviewer
June 16th 2013



2714 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I wouldn't put this up with Geo, Beautiful Place or Music Has The Right for a second, but I don't think it's fair to call this album boring. It's still incredibly well put together.

demigod!
June 16th 2013



43809 Comments


loving this more and more with each listen. the ending of Palace Posy is beatiful



Digging: Black Flag - My War

scissorlocked
June 16th 2013



3508 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

still cant relate to this

I have a kinda similar opinion with gyro but I somehow still believe that something will pop up as interesting in the next 3-4 listens. or maybe I want to

Digging: John Roberts - Ausio

voltandvolumecom
June 25th 2013



12 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

The album keeps growing on me. I really like it.

Upsidedown_and_Sideways
June 26th 2013



256 Comments


Great review! Just had my first full listen through and you echoed my sentiments exactly.

It seems to me that the intention was to not have all tracks jump out - for it to lull you along. My city just had a major flood - and this album serves as a great vehicle to reflect on the destruction.

Relinquished
June 26th 2013



24392 Comments


i pity gyro

Gyromania
August 28th 2013



15165 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5 | Sound Off

lol

Drummerboy123
September 3rd 2013



2312 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

Sundown transcends hard man damn...

Digging: Sleepmakeswaves - Love of Cartography

Amphoteric
September 3rd 2013



1428 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Nothing is Real might be becoming my new favorite BoC track

Digging: Deadwood - Picturing a Sense of Loss

Drummerboy123
September 4th 2013



2312 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

Song causes existential crises agreed.

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
September 8th 2013



18005 Comments


every time i start to think this album didnt live up to my hype i just put it on and remember why i still think its awesome

Digging: Autechre - Draft 7.30

skeames1214
September 9th 2013



2713 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

this album is a fuckin bummer but I love it.

Keyblade
September 9th 2013



14157 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

No point expecting another Geogaddi. This album was everything I hoped it would be.

Digging: Paraxism - .Xism Excursion

Gwyn.
September 9th 2013



14858 Comments


??? what does that mean

Digging: Buzzov-en - Sore

Keyblade
September 9th 2013



14157 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Well, it was obvious they'd be treading new waters. It just happens that they went in the direction that I hoped they would

Amphoteric
September 9th 2013



1428 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Yeah I was hoping for a more ambient album and they definitely delivered.

Gyromania
September 9th 2013



15165 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5 | Sound Off

this album blows

Gwyn.
September 9th 2013



14858 Comments


no no it was skeames guy

I agree with what you're saying

Amphoteric
September 9th 2013



1428 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Idk how an album with tracks like Jacquard Causeway, Cold Earth, Sick Times, Split Your Infinities, Nothing is Real, and Come to Dust can blow, but to each his own obviously lol



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