Boards of Canada T Shirt


  • XXS* 32/34″ XS 34/36″ S 36/38″ M 38/40″ L 41/43″ XL 43/45″ 2XL 46/47″ 3XL† 48/50″ 4XL△ 51/54″ 5XL♢ 55/58
  • Fabric 100% Organic ringspun combed cotton
  • The iconic unisex t-shirt is crafted from premium 180gsm 100% organic cotton single Jersey and complete with the signature soft-hand feel. It has classic proportions and stays true to its key DNA features; 2-needle 6mm durable top-stitching.
  • Fully Tracked 5- 7 day delivery .
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  • This is part of our history of electronic music collection. From the origins of Chicago House, Detroit Techno, acid house, rave, uk hardcore then Belgian and German. To Jungle , Drum and Bass, Ambient and everything in between we are celebrating the music artists bands venues and events that shaped and molded all electronic dance genres.
    From Larry Levan at Paradise Garage,Frankie Knuckles at The Warehouse to Alfredo at Amnesia. We go to Sunrise and Shoom, the Hacienda, Quadrant Park  Konspiracy and to Sasha at Shellys.. Taking in Juan Atkins, Joey Beltram, Aphex twin Ray Keith and Goldie to name a few. 
    To all the labels that have been and gone, flyers from raves in Blackburn, Coventry and the London orbital( now theres a band) and all in between.
    If you are an old raver or love dance music please take a look at all our collection.
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Boards of Canada are a Scottish electronic music duo consisting of brothers Michael Sandison and Marcus Eoin. Signing to Skam and then Warp Records in the 1990s, the duo received recognition following the release of their debut album Music Has the Right to Children in 1998. Their subsequent albums, Geogaddi (2002), The Campfire Headphase (2005) and Tomorrow’s Harvest (2013), have received critical praise. They have remained reclusive, rarely giving interviews or performing live.

The duo’s music incorporates elements such as vintage synthesisers, analogue production methods, hip hop-inspired breakbeats, and samples from 1970s public broadcasting programmes and other outdated media; it has been described as exploring themes of nostalgia, childhood memory, and nature. In 2012, Fact called them “one of the best-known and best-loved electronic acts of the last two decades.”