Foxy Digitalis 2022 Favorites: Andrew Oda

As part of Foxy Digitalis’s 2022 look back, I asked a handful of artists, labels, and friends to put together mixes of some of their favorites from the year, and I’ll share them throughout December and January.

Andrew Oda was a late 2022 revelation for me. His album, Back to the Body, is a dense, hypnotizing masterpiece (I just wrote about it last week, so I won’t repeat myself, but it’s quickly become one of my favorites of the year). 

Some quick thoughts from Andrew Oda about this mix:

This mix kind of focuses on contrasts in atmosphere, dynamics, and masc/femme energies. The ever-shifting moods of life, internally and externally. All music is from 2022 (some reissues). Some stuff had to be cut down for length and did not include super long works, which I loved this year (kali malone-living torch !!!!) But all artists made works that I really felt and resonated with this year: some dark, some light, some pop, some not.

Ethel Cain – House in Nebraska
Alexandra Spence -The Sea (excerpt)
The Lord + Petra Hayden -Yaman
Ernest Hood – Bedroom of the Absent Child
Gloria de Oliveira and Dean Hurley – All the Flowers in Time
Nate Scheible – There’s Nothing That Says I Cannot Dream
KMRU & Aho Ssan – Rebirth
Malibu – Iliad
Ellen Arkbro & Johan Graden – Close
Lady Aicha & Pisko Crane’s Original Fulu Miziki of Kinshasa – Tsakula
Maria W Horn & Sarah Parkman – Till Margaretha (excerpt)
Sirom Prods – I Unveil a Peppercorn to See It Vanish
Lingua Ignota – Katie Cruel
Rosy Eyes – Wildflowers
Beach House – Runaway
Nighte – Sweet Star
Sote – Forced Absence
Flore Laurentienne – La fin et le commencement

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