|EP by Boards of Canada|
|Producer||Michael Sandison and Marcus Eoin|
|Boards of Canada chronology|
Hooper Bay was an EP created by Boards of Canada, issued in both vinyl and cassette formats. The title refers to the small city of that name in Alaska, and all track titles on the album share a similar Alaskan theme. Only 200 copies were produced and none has publicly surfaced.
Apparently, a small excerpt, about 35 seconds, of the track "Circle" was hosted on a website that held material relating to the group. The site has since gone down.
Mislabeled mp3s claiming to be copies of Hooper Bay are in wide circulation on peer to peer networks, but are understood to be fakes. As with other rare Boards of Canada releases, some of these fakes are mislabelled Múm tracks.