Foxes In Fiction – Alberto

I meant to post about this a week or two ago, but I’m only getting around to it now. Alberto is the new EP from Warren Hildebrand, otherwise known as Foxes in Fiction. Eagle-eyed readers may remember Warren from our Free Music Week last September. Well, either way, he’s released this brand new EP which, … Continue reading

Free Music Week: Coma Cinema

“I don’t believe in what I believed in for such a long time…” This is a tough one. Coma Cinema are my great big secret of the year and pretty much the reason I did this whole free music week in the first place. They are a band I discovered somehow, somewhere, in the midst … Continue reading

Free Music Week: Guest Post: Naomi McArdle

 One of the best things about blogging independently this year is that I’ve been able to focus on music I really like and Hunter-Gatherer’s played a big part in that. He gives away an awful lot of stuff for free which is always a plus for digital music aficionados. I first heard his music … Continue reading

Free Music Week: Guest Post: Steven Gannon (Kid Karate)

I’ve decided to write about Coolrunnings as they are one of the first bands I came across that were giving away their music for free when I discovered Band Camp a while back. Coolrunnings are six friends from Knoxville, Tennessee who make fun, surfy, pop music about fucking up repeatedly with girls, taking their revenge … Continue reading

Free Music Week: Foxes in Fiction

Foxes in Fiction is the current musical output of Toronto native Warren Hildebrand. Working entirely out of his apartment, Hildebrand makes small, endearing music for and out of personal moments. His music explores the borders of personal relationships with friends and places, all captured in a home environment that only accentuates the intimate nature of … Continue reading

Free Music Week: Guest Post – Ruan van Vliet (Popical Island)

Hello. I’ve chosen to write about the Beko Digital Singles Label which was kind of a silly move as I know very little about them. I’m not even sure if it’s a ‘them’ or a ‘him’ or ‘her’ or whatever. There’s no info on their website either, just the simple, colourful artwork and of course, … Continue reading