En la entrevista en la Pichifork a los Boards of Canada me encontre con lo siguiente que me llamo la atención:
Mike: Because we've always listened to huge amounts of different music we experiment with lots of things. So you play guitar one minute and then something extremely electronic the next minute. But if you're gonna be a band you can't really afford to do that. You have to stick with something. Nobody's gonna want to listen to a record where there's an electronic tune and, let's say, a banjo tune right after. You have to stay with a flavor.Flacos, en una buena: Tengan más huevos. Si ponen temas que son todos acústicos o temas que son todos electrónicos de seguro que van a estar bueno. ¿Porqué se preocupan tanto por lo que sonaría "Boards of Canada"? ¿Porque autolimitarse? Quizas estoy acostumbrado a genchi como Richard D. James o Autechre que se cágan en el público y sacan lo que se les ocurre sin nisiquiera leer una puta review, y en contraste, me llama la atención el miedo de alienar a su público que tienen las tablitas de canadá.
Marcus: Some of the tracks that we worked on are so extreme in one direction that we just can't use them. They don't fit the BoC thing at all. We can't release them under this project. We're already seeing from the reactions to this record that some people love it and are really happy that we've done something different. But there are some people having a problem with the guitars. So if we'd really gone full-on with that they would have just never believed that it's the same group. You would never know that it was us.