In recent weeks, we’ve seen artists like Thom Yorke and David Byrne ramp up the rhetoric against Spotify, Rdio, and other streaming music services over artist royalties. It appears they won’t find in ally in Boards of Cananda, however. Beginning today, the band’s discography is available on Spotify and Rdio.
Spotify offers all four of the band’s studio albums, including this year’s Tomorrow’s Harvest, in addition to the 1996 EP Hi Scores. Rdio also boasts previews of the EPs Twoism, In a Beautiful Place Out in the Country, and Peel Session, though as of now, US can only hear 30-second previews.
The band’s addition to these services coincides with the vinyl reissue of their catalog. The band’s three previous studio albums, 2005′s The Campfire Headphase, 2002′s Geogaddi, and 1998′s Music Has the Right to Children, will be re-released on October 21st (that’s today!) through Warp. Twoism, In a Beautiful Place Out in the Country, and their 2006 EP Trans Canada Highway, will follow on November 18th.