31 Mar

Rae Spoon Live Concert Moved to April 4, 2020 at 3pm PST

Tune in at 3pm PST in Thursday to see Rae Spoon play a facebook live concert through the National Art Centre, Slaight Music and Facebook.

I'm playing a 50 minute concert from my studio on the territory of the Lək̓ʷəŋən peoples the Songhees and Esquimalt,…

Posted by Rae Spoon on Monday, March 30, 2020

A 50 minute concert from my studio on the territory of the Lək̓ʷəŋən peoples the Songhees and Esquimalt, W̱SÁNEĆ Nations (Highlands District, BC). If anyone wants to pay cover for the show you can send money to the artist at:

Paypal email: raespoon@gmail.com


The concert will be available live with auto generated closed captions. I’ll correct the captions on facebook and post a version of the concert on youtube for folks who want them there. The link to the youtube video will be available on the Coax Site.

Thanks to Facebook, Slaight Music and the National Arts Centre for their support.

30 Mar

Corwin Fox New Single and Video Shrödinger’s Cat

Hello everyone, hope you're enjoying your time at home. I am pretty much locked in my studio writing and making weird noises. But also, I have been busy preparing my new Song of the Month!There was much debate around what to release this month, but as we dug deeper into our quarantines I decided to release something that is A) uplifting! B) explores science! C) about cats! and D) by request!Last month I introduced a song from my album Seed Map, an exploration of the relationship between science and nature. My song this month is from an album called Friendly Times, and it is the perfect segue between these two albums because it is a more family-oriented song that also explores quantum physics. It is called "Schrödinger's Cat", and for the first time I am releasing a video that has a live version of the song while you will have to go to my website or a streaming service to hear the studio version. And you should check out the studio version because it features Manjinder Benning on tabla and Alliszon Zaichkowski on french horn.Enjoy! See you next month…love Corwinhttps://youtu.be/MNOuD0W0–Q www.corwinfoxmusic.comhttps://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/corwinfox/schrdingers-c

Posted by Corwin Fox Music on Monday, March 30, 2020

Out now!

17 Feb

Rae Spoon and Bleak Terrain UK April 2020 Tour

Rae Spoon is non-binary musician and author who’s latest album Mental Health, embraces and celebrates the everyday journeys of living with and surviving mental illness.

Brighton act Bleak Terrain‘s music creates space for the complexity of sadness and gently invites listeners to do the same.

12 April Cardiff Wales Goes Pop Festival At The Gate (Rae Spoon Only) Fbook Event Tickets

16 April Oxford The Library w/ Death of the Maiden Fbook Event Tickets 

17 April Newcastle at Shoe Tree Cafe with Gem Andrews. Fbook

18 April Glasgow At Category Is Books (Afternoon Reading, Evening Show)

19 April Edinburgh at Wee Red Bar

20 April Dundee At Conroy’s

21 April Middlesbrough At Artmouse Fbook Event Tickets

22 April Manchester (Levenshulme) At Tallyrand Fbook 

24 April London In The Bell Aldgate Fbook

25 April Brighton At West Hill Hall Event Tickets

26 April 26 April In Bristol At Cafe Kino Fbook

For more information: email coaxrecords (at) gmail.com

To book a date on this tour contact: katie (at) queerstothefrontbooking.com from Queers To The Front Booking

07 Feb

Family Video Release Album, Forever Changes Overnight, Feb 28 In St. John’s

We’re so thrilled to announce our first ever release of a Newfoundland act is the CD for Forever Changes Overnight by Family Video. Their launch show is on Feb 28 in St. John’s at legendary THE SHIP PUB with guests DANI BAILEY, DANK EATING and more.


Family Video is St. John’s dreamy indie rock gem. Lead by J. King’s driving guitar and raw emotive vocals; the band includes By Divine Right’s Geordie Dynes on drums, The Burning Hell’s Jake Nicoll on synth, and St. John’s’ indie rock mainstay, Knoah Bender on bass.

Currently at #6 on the Canadian campus radio Earshot Online National Charts, Newfoundland indie rock group, Family Video, launch’s their latest album, Forever Changes Overnight, on CD on Coax

From small town kid to St. John’s indie rock fixture, J. King’s journey informs their earnest song writing; expressing a yearning of the heart that is relatable, but rarely revealed with such vulnerability. 

Their latest album, Forever Changes Overnight has J. King playing an assortment of instruments on songs ranging from upbeat to brooding. It also features Fog Lake’s Aaron Powell on guest vocals and piano to round out this beautiful and deeply personal masterpiece of indie rock.

After enjoying an underground following on tape distros and playing small tours and festivals for many years, Family Video are finally being exposed to a wider audience. The album is available on CD from our store mail order, on cassette from Seattle’s Lost Sound Tapes and on BandcampSpotifyApple Music and everywhere else that you can stream music.