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  • Summary: The Knife, along with Mt. Sims and Planningtorock, created a 90-minute opera about Charles Darwin.
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  1. The focus is all in forcing just a tiny a glimpse of the endless vastness of life outside of our species. Plonk yourself down, and wait for it to wallop you.
  2. Tomorrow, In A Year provides a complex view of The Knife as unmatched in their daring, their music quite defying categorisation as one species or another.
  3. Uncut
    On Tomorrow, In A Year, The Knife have reinforced everything that makes them such a brilliant, endearing group. [Apr 2010, p.93]
  4. After three albums of encroaching conceptuality and quality, they’re cutting back on their known strengths in order to give everything over to the concept and the creative challenges it brings, never quite abandoning the listener, but requiring an undue amount of effort.
  5. Filter
    While Tomorrow, In A year is a work of staggering scope, it is, to be honest, extrememly difficult and by some standards, unlistenable "music." [Winter 2010, p.96]
  6. The album is a sprawling, experimental work defined more by ambient synth hum and field-recording rustle than by melodic hooks or danceable grooves.
  7. The soundtrack version of The Knife's (in association with Planningtorock and Mr. Sims) first opera, Charles Darwin homage Tomorrow, In a Year, is such a frustrating experience.

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