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Transitions with Boards of Canada

You won’t find music like that of Boards of Canada anywhere. It’s haunting yet beautiful, reminding you of the fleeting nature of moments and filling you with nostalgia. Somehow, their songs convey so much that you don’t need the snow to feel the presence of winter if you have Boards of Canada. 

Boards of Canada - Dayvan Cowboy

Boards of Canada - Music Is Math

Boards of Canada - Roygbiv

Boards of Canada - Chromakey Dreamcoat

Boards of Canada - The Left Side Eye Of Night

Boards of Canada - Everything You Do Is A Baloon

Boards of Canada

EdinburghUnited Kingdom (1986 – present)

Boards of Canada are an electronic music duo from Edinburgh, Scotland, composed of brothers Mike Sandison(b. 1 June 1970) and Marcus Eoin (b. 21 July 1971). They have released a number of works, most notably Music Has the Right to Children and Geogaddi, with little advertising and few interviews - like many of their label-mates on the pioneering  music label Warp

Boards of Canada have had an enormous influence on the and  scenes. They have frequently made reference to the warm, scratchy, artificial sounds of 1970s television. Indeed, the Sandison brothers admit to being inspired by the documentary films of the National Film Board of Canada, from which they take their name. The duo have recorded a few minor works under the name Hell Interface. Boards of Canada’s music has been used in several CSI episodes and on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim interlude shorts; small bits of their music have been used on the BBC program Top Gear for transitional music.