Boards of Canada (commonly abbreviated BoC) are a Scottish electronic music duo consisting of brothers Michael Sandison (born 1 June 1970) and Marcus Eoin (born 21 July 1971). They have released several works on Warp Records with little advertising and few interviews, while also having an elusive and obscure back-catalogue of releases on their self-run Music70 label. They have also recorded at least four tracks under the alias Hell Interface.

Warp Records Celebrates 25th Anniversary in Krakow, with interpretations of works by Boards of Canada, Aphex Twin, + many more performed by Sacrum Profanum

Warp Records Celebrates 25th Anniversary

On September 2014 Warp travels to Poland to celebrate its 25th anniversary in the heart of Krakow, teaming with the lauded avant-garde Sacrum Profanum collective and their annual series of events. To begin a week of indelible music,

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Responding to popular demand, Warp Records is repressing its seminal Boards of Canada catalogue on vinyl for the first time in over five years. Each Warp reissue comes with a download code and an original BOC sticker design from the era.

Boards of Canada Reissue Catalogue On Vinyl

On October 21st the albums Music Has The Right To Children (originally released in 1998), Geogaddi (2002) and The Campfire Headphase (2006) will be reissued. These will be followed on November 18th by the mini-album Twoism (1995),

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Boards Of Canada Share details of Tomorrow's Harvest

New Boards of Canada Album Out June 11

After considerable speculation since Record Store Day, we can reveal that the new album by Boards of Canada ‘Tomorrow’s Harvest’ will be released on Tuesday June 11th in North America on Warp Records.

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