Foxy Digitalis Mix Season 2, #51: Savvas Metaxas

Savvas Metaxas has been on quite the run lately with releases on LINE, Granny Records, and Flaming Pines. Each piece of music Metaxas creates has a life of its own, treading new ground in similar spaces with an air of exploratory wonder woven in the foundational sonic fabric. His music swims in moving textures, always taking listeners into unexpected places.  For this mix, Metaxas assembled a collection of … Continue reading Foxy Digitalis Mix Season 2, #51: Savvas Metaxas

The Capsule Garden Vol 1.33: September 16, 2022

The hits keep coming here in September, the worst of the months. Can’t it just be fall already? Irarrázabal / Baldwin Grips (Tripticks Tapes) I can’t imagine something more in my wheelhouse than a double-double bass album with two of my favorite bassists, yet Grips still exceeds my expectations. Both Amanda Irarrázabal and Nat Baldwin are no strangers to Foxy Digitalis as they’ve put out countless diamonds in the … Continue reading The Capsule Garden Vol 1.33: September 16, 2022

Aqueous & Tactile: An Interview With Alexandra Spence

Foxy Digitalis depends on our awesome readers to keep things rolling. Pledge your support today via our Patreon. Alexandra Spence’s latest for Room 40, Blue Waves, Green Waves, has a tactile quality to it buoyed by mesmerizing field recordings and engaging spoken word passages. The music comes in interconnected fragments that lithely trace an invisible path that is both felt and unknown. Dichotomies play out in unusual ways forming … Continue reading Aqueous & Tactile: An Interview With Alexandra Spence

Alexandra Spence “A Necessary Softness”

Room40’s new tape series is off to a banner start with releases from Alan Licht and this gem from Alexandra Spence. A Necessary Softness is a heady journey into distilled landscapes and an exploration of the ways in which sound brings those spaces to life. The pieces on A Necessary Softness (such a great, apt title too) have a tactility to them, physical objects emanating … Continue reading Alexandra Spence “A Necessary Softness”