Do We Deserve Much Else? An Interview With Ned Collette

Foxy Digitalis depends on our awesome readers to keep things rolling. Pledge your support today via our Patreon. Singer-songwriter and experimentalist Ned Collette is a restless one, although you wouldn’t know it from most of his songs, drifting towards their destinations on the starkest and slowest of currents. The Australian ex-pat first emerged from within the Melbourne improv scene in the early aughts as the leader of City City … Continue reading Do We Deserve Much Else? An Interview With Ned Collette

Video Premiere: Myriam Gendron “C’est dans les vieux pays”

Months after its release, Myriam Gendron’s Ma délire – Songs of love, lost & found continues to enchant and reveal its ageless nature. “C’est dans les vieux pays” is one of the most beguiling pieces on the album with its ancient, heartbroken core distilled into a modern shot of slow-building electricity. Working with director Pascal Plante, Gendron stands in front of a bare wall bathed in muted … Continue reading Video Premiere: Myriam Gendron “C’est dans les vieux pays”

2021 & The Year That Was

Foxy Digitalis depends on our awesome readers to keep things rolling. Pledge your support today via our Patreon. It’s been almost a year since I announced Foxy Digitalis was coming back in 2021 and I wasn’t sure what to expect. The first big surprise came when there was an instant outpouring of excitement and support. I honestly wasn’t sure if anyone remembered Foxy Digitalis, but then I started … Continue reading 2021 & The Year That Was

Joseph Allred Is Not a Holy Man

Foxy Digitalis depends on our awesome readers to keep things rolling. Pledge your support today via our Patreon. Joseph Allred is an absurdly talented artist, but it’s the spirit stitched throughout their work that puts it in its own, singular place. Allred is an all-time great guitar player; I’m not sure there’s anything they can’t do with a guitar and even so, their playing is instantly recognizable. They … Continue reading Joseph Allred Is Not a Holy Man

Joseph Allred “Branches & Leaves”

For a portion of my youth, I grew up in my grandfather’s church. He’s been gone for over 20 years now, but he remains a towering influence on my life (and not just because I now live in his house). I’m not religious at all, though, because of that background, when I hear old hymns, I’m taken right back to those Christmas programs dressed as … Continue reading Joseph Allred “Branches & Leaves”

Myriam Gendron “Ma Délire – Songs of love, lost & found”

Myriam Gendron understands timing and the fluid nature of permanence. A seven-year gap between her debut, Not So Deep As A Well, and her stunning new double album, Ma Délire – Songs of love, lost & found, holds out a little longer as the solo guitar intro of opener, “Go Away From My Window,” hums lackadaisical for over a minute before her voice enters the fray. In … Continue reading Myriam Gendron “Ma Délire – Songs of love, lost & found”

I Hear You Calling: An Interview With Myriam Gendron

If Myriam Gendron’s debut album, Not So Deep As A Well, was a surprise, her new record, Ma délire – Songs of love, lost & found, is a revelation. Stripping songs to their core and rebuilding them with a unique vision and modern edge, Gendron’s music is faultless. Her work is woven with a sharp simplicity where guitar lines are stripped to their barest, most potent form, … Continue reading I Hear You Calling: An Interview With Myriam Gendron