If you want some genuinely creepy music, go grab Boards of Canada’s Geogaddi. Featuring all the warped analog samples you could ever want, its ripples and stretches are borderline disgusting. Of course, you know exactly who they are if you’ve ever watched a Salad Fingers cartoon, which is exactly how I got to know them nearly a decade ago.
Of course, Geogaddi was actually a dark point for the Scottish duo, at least tonally, I’m sure they’re truly happy people. The Campfire Headphase, their last full-length album, released nearly eight years ago and skipped away from their exclusively sampled compositions by adding guitar parts – something that may have been considered blasphemy. Well, it’s been far too long since we’ve had our own headphase and their new album, Tomorrow’s Harvest, debuts on June 10th in the UK and June 11th here. Bring me the weird!
Here’s “Beware The Friendly Stranger”, a tune you may be familiar with, along with “Dayvan Cowboy”, a more brighter example.