Boomclick / Halfway Between Tomorrow and
Album:Halfway Between Tomorrow and Collection:General
Artist:Boomclick Added:Dec 2004
Label:Sunday Best Recordings 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2005-04-03 Pull Date:2005-06-05 Charts:RPM/Electronica
Week Ending:Jun 5May 22May 15May 8May 1Apr 24Apr 10

Recent Airplay
1.Oct 20, 2010:More-Brownian-Than-Usual Motion
4.May 16, 2005:Selectronica
No Walls, Follow Love
2.Jun 08, 2005:Civil Society
Fire By My Side
5.May 11, 2005:Eat Your Beats
I Must Have Been Crazy, Simplicity
3.May 29, 2005:Dancing in Outerspace
Follow Love
6.May 04, 2005:Eat Your Beats
Follow Love

Album Review
Reviewed 2005-03-29 
Crafted chill-pop with synth embroidery. Massive Attack is such an obvious precursor and influence that it would be unprofessional of me not to mention it, even if it’s sort of lazy reviewing shorthand to do so. Anyway, nice stuff.

1. Dreamy, swelling pop
2. FCC: fuck; otherwise undistinguished filler interlude
3. Pleasantly melodic and strummy and twangy guitars with floating bits of vocals
4. Nice groove, soulful female vox
5. Pleasant instrumental
6. Dub reggae riddims and a spoken-verse, lilting-chorus vocal style
7. Unmemorable
8. Acid-y graffiti squiggles on an otherwise mellow groove
9. Narcotically beautiful electric piano, cello; a short backward-running-tape vocal sample sounds like Ozzy Osbourne talking (in regular forward motion)
10. Spacy lyrics but it’s a head-nodder and the melody is killer
11. Chill jam
12. Dreamy but not affecting

Track Listing
1.High Tides 7.Ghost Dog and the Lost Keys
2.Ode to Technology 8.I Must Have Been Crazy
3.Fire By My Side 9.Stone Tape
4.Simplicity 10.Follow Love
5.Halfway Between Tomorrow and 11.No Walls
6.Homegrown 12.Moon Physics