As Hinterland’s official download partner, 7Digital will be providing a FREE compilation
album for all ticket holders. Details coming soon
Choice: Over 4 million MP3 tracks compatible with your iPod, iPhone, Sony Walkman,
Blackberry and other MP3 players.
Price: Hundreds of free MP3 tracks, albums from £2, new releases tracks from 50p.
Quality: High quality MP3 downloads up to 320k.
Accessibility: Web-based, PC/MAC friendly, no need to download software.
Security: Safe and secure back up of your downloads in your Locker
Fopp - The Re-birth of Cool
Born in Glasgow in 1981 and bringing its independent spirit to the HMV group since
they saved them from closure in 2007, Fopp continues to provide the UK’s discerning
stuff-lovers with one of the most unique shopping environments on the high street.
With sites in 8 key locations the length and breadth of the British Isles and each
with it’s own very unique feel, Fopp stores thrive on the cool and quirky - and always
at a price that’s hard to beat. From long-lost album gems and cult cinema classics
through to the latest books and Apple technology it’s hard to leave a Fopp store
without a fabulous bargain and that magical feeling that you’ve rediscovering a high-street
world you only thought still existed within the fiction of Nick Hornby. Get more
than you bargained for, get the stuff you love for less, get to Fopp.
Bristol - 27-29 College Green BS1 5TD
Cambridge - 37 Sydney Street CB2 3HX
Edinburgh - 3-15 Rose Street EH2 2PR
Glasgow - 19-27 Union Street G1 3RB
Glasgow - 358 Byres Road G12 8AW
London Covent Garden - 1 Earlham Street WC2H 9LL
Manchester - 19 Brown Street M2 1DA
Nottingham - The Frontag, Queen Street NG1 2BL
Last.fm is a music service that learns what you love...
Every track you play will tell your Last.fm profile something about what you like.
It can connect you to other people who like what you like - and recommend songs from
their music collections and yours too.
…and as you use Last.fm, you make it better for you and everyone else.
When you recommend some music to a friend, or you tag it, or you write about it -
even just listening to it - you shift the song's importance on the site. It'll be
recommended to different people, because you've listened to it. It'll move up our
music charts and maybe more people will hear it because you thought it was good.
How it all started…
Back in the 20th Century, Felix Miller and Martin Stiksel were running an online
record label whose mission was to get independent music out to the people who wanted
to hear it. A few years later, university student Richard Jones started tracking
what he and his friends were listening to on their computers with a project he called
Audioscrobbler. Last.fm brought these ideas and desires together. Luckily, these
days it's about letting people choose the music themselves - rather than subjecting
the world to Felix's music taste (or we'd all be listening to Elvis and Japanese
surf garage). Last.fm has always been about making music culture more democratic:
everyone listening to music how they want to, when they want to. Without a middle
man making your decisions for you.
Radio Magnetic is one of the longest running underground online radio stations in
the UK and has recently joined forces with Hinterland to bring you some up front
coverage of the festival. Radio Magnetic has been broadcasting fresh contemporary
electronic, indie, hip hop and roots music for the past eight years with presented
shows, DJ mixes, live sessions, competitions and current contributors including Fabric
London, Mad Decent, Jim Gellatly, Electronic Explorations, Little Rock Records, and
a host of other taste makers from around the UK.
Keep locked on the Radio Magnetic site for previews of Hinterland featuring interviews
and tracks from some of the bands playing at the festival. There'll also be chances
to win tickets and live coverage after the events so that you can listen back to
your favourite acts and relive the live experience.
Rockfeedback.TV has just finished the third series of their globally-shot music documentary
'Rockfeedback Presents' for MTV Europe and Channel 4. Proud to be partnering Hinterland
in their inaugural year, be sure to drop by rockfeedback.tv for coverage of both
the festival's highlights and more intimate moments.
We are very proud to announce The List will be joining Hinterland as a media partner
at this year's event.
As the authoritative guide to culture in Scotland, The List has been lending its
support to artists in the early stages of their career and championing contemporary
music emerging from Scotland for 20 years.
The List say they are "proud to be associated with Hinterland and are looking forward
to a weekend dedicated to our shared passion: Good music."
The Daily Record is Scotland’s most recognised and iconic media brand.
Together with The Sunday Mail they reach 1.7 million adults which represents a massive
41% coverage of the Scottish population!
The Daily Record are all about Scotland and have been instrumental in building the
success of many other Scottish music events over the years including T In The Park
and Connect festivals. Always fully supportive of new music from Scotland, they
have brought bands such as Biffy Clyro, The View, Glasvegas and The Fratellis to
the fore with live sessions, editorial and podcasts.
As our official print media partner, we are very excited to be working with The Daily
Record to bring you exclusive news announcements, special offers and competitions.
200 years of cider expertise have gone into making GAYMERS ORIGINAL CIDER and GAYMERS
PEAR CIDER. Gaymers already has a strong association with live music through festival
sponsorships and their Grassroots Gigs series which last year featured The Futureheads,
Young Knives, Mystery Jets and The Wombats. Hinterland is a natural addition to
Gaymers' support of breakthrough music.