New releases for the week ending November 20th 2020

Dean Brody - Boys Patient Hands - There Are No Graves Here There Are No Graves Here by Patient Hands Anne Murray - The Ultimate Christmas Collection (UMC) The Aubrey Wilson Quartet - Honeysuckle Rose [...]

Playlist Friday: Winterruption 2020

The playlist this week is about the 5th annual Winterruption happening in Regina and Saskatoon, January 22- 26, 2020. Winterruption is an effort to give people a great reason to leave their house in the [...]

Playlist Friday: OurBasement Release Radar

It’s Release Radar playlist time! Release Radar are playlists that let you know what is new each month. We have a Spotify Release Radar playlist and a YouTube new video release playlist to help you [...]

New releases for the week ending April 5th 2019

Moon King - Voice of Lovers (Arbutus Records) Throughout the album, each track flows easily from one to the next, creating a dance-floor-esque transition between songs. While this is an interesting method of making an [...]

The Wild Raccoon Podcast for October 2018

For this months edition, we celebrate LGBT+ history month Queer Infinity, from, Where the Words End and My Body Begins, by Amber Dawn Queer grief is a blueprint. We got this shit wired [...]

Partner – Everyone Knows & Tour Dates

Partner, the "mature" effort of two best friends named Josée Caron and Lucy Niles, have released the latest video from their September 2017 album, In Search of Lost Time. Borne of their bizarre and fortuitous [...]

By | January 24th, 2018|Categories: Indie on Tour, Video release|Tags: |22 Comments

Playlist Friday: Duchess Says + Partner = Capricorn Winter Songs

This week's playlist isn't all Canadian Indie music but it is brought to us by two Canadian Indie bands. Ahead of their joint Canadian Prairie Winter tour, Partner team up with Montrealers Duchess Says to [...]

By | December 1st, 2017|Categories: Playlists|Tags: , , , |50 Comments

New releases for the week ending September 8th 2017

Alvvays - Antisocialites Oh Archie, what have you done? It’s been three years since Alvvays’ self-titled album, a most auspicious indie-pop debut that doubled as a dog-eared short-story collection. Its breakout track was “Archie, Marry [...]