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Boomkat Product Review:
'Tomorrow, In A year' is the much talked about electro-opera on the life of Charles Darwin, which blends a soundtrack from The Knife (in conjunction with Planningtorock and Mt. Sims) and striking visuals from production company Hotel Pro Forma. Now released as a standalone soundtrack, we're able to witness one of The Knife's most ambitious projects. What follows is an adventurous combination of vocalists from three disciplines: popular music, classical opera and the performing arts, set to a largely beatless musical backing. Bar the final three tracks, the vocalists are accompanied by an assortment of experimental and exploratory tones, apparently sourced from field recordings made while in the Amazon Jungle and Iceland. These are processed accordingly, to range from dramatic swells of blustery noise and metallic bleeps, to spherical bell tones and elemental textures as coarse as Merzbow. When beats are presented in the closing stages, 'Colouring Of Pigeons' uses resonant gamelan-like percussion, and 'Seeds' serves pumping Radioslave alike techno to epic effect. I couldn't confess to being an opera buff, but if this is what's going down nowadays I know where i'm going next friday.