All The Heavens Were A Bell “A Wheel Of Burning Eyes”

First tape for this duo’s second outing, and it’s a pair of messily shifting black metal and noise-toned zone-the-fuck-out heaving coils of coal black doom. So, not too dissimilar from their debut, then. Cinematic only in its most grainy, found footage sense, A Wheel of Burning Eyes is a submersion. It’s like someone drowned The Cure’s “Burn” as a witch and recorded the audio. Seemingly … Continue reading All The Heavens Were A Bell “A Wheel Of Burning Eyes”

Video Premiere: Karen & Peter “Truth is in Sounds”

Through potent spoken word and poignant waves of sound, Karen Schoemer and Peter Taylor turn desolation and decay into an enticing landscape. This kind of pair-up is dream fuel when it comes to unexpected collaborations. Schoemer’s words move through Taylor’s clouded sound tomes, surgically infusing their distant locales into a seamless expression. “Truth in Sounds” is heightened by Taylor’s paintings and the subtle aqueous movements … Continue reading Video Premiere: Karen & Peter “Truth is in Sounds”

The Capsule Garden Vol 1.14: April 15, 2022

The weeks continue and the sounds do too. Let’s get straight into it. Klara Livet Varandra (Self-Released) Dead folk-blues (that remind me enough of Flaming Tunes to mention it) from Astrid Mortensen (whose recent Skærgårdslyd is essential listening) and Dan Johansson. Keyboards wheeze like there’s no electricity left in the batteries but the instruments still hold a charge and have sounds that need to be extracted. Mortensen’s voice is a painted … Continue reading The Capsule Garden Vol 1.14: April 15, 2022

The Capsule Garden Vol 1.3: January 28, 2022

Foxy Digitalis depends on our awesome readers to keep things rolling. Pledge your support today via our Patreon. I may have gone a little overboard with this week’s installment, but it was the first ‘normal-ish’ (and I mean, pandemic-normal so still totally fucked up) week we’ve had since the start of the year and I listened to a ton of new music. No apologies, though, because this is … Continue reading The Capsule Garden Vol 1.3: January 28, 2022