Princess Diana of Wales is More Than a Feeling

Foxy Digitalis depends on our awesome readers to keep things rolling. Pledge your support today via our Patreon. I’ve written a lot about Laila Sakini’s debut album as Princess Diana of Wales, but each time I go back to it, another dimension opens. Not only that, Sakini’s last three solo releases under her own name are just as special. Her work is contemplative without being overwrought, building from … Continue reading Princess Diana of Wales is More Than a Feeling

Video Premiere: Princess Diana of Wales “Still Beach”

Princess Diana of Wales’s self-titled album is one of my favorite albums of recent memory. I’ve already written extensively about it, but there’s so much more that could be said. It’s an album with extraordinary depth masked by this accessible facade. As much as I’ve admired Laila Sakini’s work prior, this album cemented her as one of my favorite artists. “Still Beach” is one of … Continue reading Video Premiere: Princess Diana of Wales “Still Beach”

Spirit Wave #1: The Bitter Giuseppe

I once told someone that I collect bars. It felt cringey as I heard it leave my lips, but now, after having just helped a friend move, after a handful of trips up stairs lugging his boxes of books and LPs, I’m pretty pleased with my intangible (read: weightless) collection. There’s a list (no shit there’s a list, we live in a world organized by … Continue reading Spirit Wave #1: The Bitter Giuseppe

An Illustrated Review of Princess Diana of Wales

Carl Antonowicz is a Texas-reared, Tulsa-based illustrator, performer, writer, director, cartoonist, and calligrapher. Support his work on Patreon! How can ether move at sharp angles? How can angular sonic marks drift free without disappearing? Laila Sakini finds a way with the debut Princess Diana of Wales album. “Watching the future wash away,” her voice calls from the hollows over a chorus of stilted guitars and soft rain … Continue reading An Illustrated Review of Princess Diana of Wales