Not an official video, but digging the footage used alongside one of my favourites from BOC. Apparently came from some rare Japanese experimental short film about a woman and a boy playing on a staircase. Totally DEEP.
Boards of Canada sampled the beginning chorus of the famous ‘Oh Mickey’ song by Toni Basil and distorted it into their own electro version. It came as a hidden track after the actual 60-90 seconds of ‘Iraq says’: [audio:http://www.plasmoandtheinfinitesadness.com/wp-content/uploads/18-Iraq-Says.mp3|titles=18 – Iraq Says] Boards of Canada – Iraq Says
Boards of Canada – Stry Craty Bya [audio:http://www.plasmoandtheinfinitesadness.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/04-Stry-Craty-Bya.mp3%5D From their 1989 Acid Memories EP. If there is one argument for the freefall distribution of music over the interwebs, it would be that we would never get the chance to hear BoC’s earlier works. Apparently it was only ever distributed to friends and relatives on aContinue reading “Boards of Canada – Stry Craty Bya”
Listen to Boards of Canada – 5d The most beautiful and eeriest thing you’ll hear. Boards of Canada is my anthem music group of 2008.