Saturday, January 31, 2009


Day spent sleeping too late, checking mail for overdue letter, waiting around Hopedale Mall for a prescription, painting, and creating...MINIATURES!
I think they're cute.
And useless!! LOL!!

Here's a song by a band called Grizzly Bear that I really enjoy and some photos to pass the time!
Thanks for stopping by, have a nice weekend!

Grizzly Bear - "Colorado"

Thursday, January 29, 2009

Please listen to this song.

My GOOD PAL Amanda was kind enough to share this really swell song with me.
It's the epitome of a bloghype-remix, but there's something profoundly addictive about the lead synth that keep me listening to this over and over and OVER LOLZZZZZ.
Download and ENJOYYYYYY.

Friendly Fires - "Paris (Aeroplane Remix feat. Au Revoir Simone)"

Also, here is an adorable photo:


Wednesday, January 28, 2009


I woke up with a cough, and a bad feeling inside my head so I spent most of the day painting and recording, and just generally trying to feel better. I'm still awake at 2:30 AM, so I'm not really doing myself any favours.
Below is a cover of Brian Eno's "Needles in The Camel's Eye", with whom I've been listening to almost too much of; I tried my luck at making a tape cassette loop today, which was sort of a failure, but the result after much perseverance and revision is a simple layered made up of guitar chimes and fake cello. It's sort of charming.


Foxes in Fiction - "Needles in the Camels Eye (Brian Eno cover)"
Foxes in Fiction - "Harmonic Tone Loop"

Sunday, January 25, 2009


I still don't know how to adapt a proper voice for writing in this blog, because I'm pretty sure no one actually reads it.
Anywho, earlier today my good friend Mike Travis came over for a scheduled recording session, which actually went surprisingly well. So, here is a fun little mix of his new original song Black Tie Event. I thought I'd be so bold as to share it here with the big scary interwebs. Check it out and enjoy!

Mike Travis (Underwood) - "Black Tie Event"

Goodnight. I feel silly.


Friday, January 23, 2009

Oakville does Party City, circa Friday Night

I don't really have much to say, ever.
Here's the 1973 debut album by Brian Eno, actually one of the greatest pop records ever. Download and enjoy.

Brian Eno - Here Come The Warm Jets

If you happen to be a musician, and a little more into Brian Eno than I anticipated, here's a really neat essay Brian Eno wrote in 1979 on recording, entitled The Studio as a Compositional Tool


Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Weird blog feeling how do I shot web??

Hello all or none.

This is my inaugural post on what will hopefully take form as the deliciously content-rich Foxes in Fiction blogoramadama.
I don't really have anything to talk about or share today, nor have I adopted a comfortable narrative style for writing on said 'blog', so I'm going to keep it short and awkward!
Christine just popped her "Pattern Sequence" cherry on the SP-404 samplermachine that still haunts my dreams with it's epic user-manual. Yikes and shit. Here are some generic photos depicting the events of the past few hours, and Christine's brainchild with treatements by yours truely.

Warren Hildebrand and Christine Sherry - Funjackfishcan Test