Brad Rose is a multi-disciplinary artist and dad based in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He previously ran the Digitalis label from 2003 to 2015. He is the principal writer and editor-in-chief of Foxy Digitalis.
Eden Hemming is an archaeologist and a writer based in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She is the non-music content editor-in-chief and often contributes poetry to the site.
Foxy Digitalis and The Jewel Garden
Brad Rose started Foxy Digitalis for the first time in 1995 as a xeroxed paper ‘zine with a combination of music coverage and personal wanderings. Four issues later, it went into the first hibernation. In late 2003, Foxy Digitalis reappeared as an online music magazine, co-(re)created by Brad and Eden Hemming, covering much of the same ground. For nearly 10 years it grew and grew. Well over 100 writers contributed during that time. It’s hard to quantify all of it. Then in January 2013, it went back to sleep. But unfrozen by the world on fire, it’s time to write about weird music once again.
I am also running a vanity label called The Jewel Garden these days.
Foxy Digitalis logo design by the one and only Tiny Little Hammers. He’s amazing.
Thanks to Lawrence English for our current catchphrase – channeling waves of vibe. My favorite things often start out as joke, but damn do I love that.
I am happy to check out any promos you want to send over. If you read Foxy Digitalis previously, you probably have a good idea of the kind of music I covered. (If you are unsure, check out my twitter account because I ramble on about music all the time there, too). Send me an email.