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mmm Darwin...

Alright, so I guess the “rule” for song of the day is that the song has to be upcoming or just released, but shit, have you guys heard “Seeds”? Much hullaballoo was made when “Colouring of Pigeons” dropped in anticipation of The Knife’s Darwinian Electo-opera, Tomorrow, In a Year, but the critical reception to the project has been mixed. You don’t need me to tell you again how I think the naysayers are wrong and that this is one of the most forward thinking releases of our generation, but I do want to call your attention to the best song off the project, “Seeds.”

This hyperelectronic house jam is the most “Knife-ish” thing off Tomorrow, In a Year, but that’s not why it’s the best track. “Seeds” is a slow burning tune that marks the climax of Tomorrow, In a Year: the project. It morphs slowly over time, rocking an 808 beat and yes, opera vocals. Remember that scene in The Fifth Element with the blue chick? This is kind of like that. I’m not gonna give anymore away- you guys should really just get the whole thing and don’t be a pussy about it- but yeah, “Seeds.”

The Knife- Seeds





robin
04.12.10
height of summer or no thx ;)

robertsona
04.12.10
this is pretty good? i remember? the one that really stuck out to me as awesome were epochs and variation of birds


klap
04.12.10
knew this was downer before i clicked

Electric City
04.12.10
it also mustve helped that the schedule for song of the day is in olympus

Waior
04.12.10
to borrow a line from two fine men

mollywopped by apathy

klap
04.12.10
you're missing the point adam >:(

Enotron
04.12.10
Epochs is pretty much the shit.

AggravatedYeti
04.12.10
best song on album.

robin
04.12.10
thx waior =)

Mendigo
04.13.10
Variation of Birds is CLEARLY the best. but really, they're all cool.

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