Foxy Digitalis Mix Season 3, #1: Mona Demone

Mona Demone’s 2022 album, S3RP3NT, is incredible. Beyond the effervescent melodies, pristine production, infectious rhythmic patterns, and engaging sonic construction, Demone’s music has a deeply-rooted emotional core. This music washes over our entire bodies with a sharp, cleansing force. Not only does it get us moving, but it also gets us feeling everything within and around us. It’s fantastic. Unsurprisingly, Demone brings that same generous spirit … Continue reading Foxy Digitalis Mix Season 3, #1: Mona Demone

Video Premiere: Lexagon “When the Tide is Low”

Lexagon’s Feminine Care was one of my favorites last year and on an album full of them, “When the Tide is Low” is a real standout. Lexagon’s Alexa Burrell creates music and sound that is a conduit for connecting with a deeper spirit while acting as a tool that aids in survival. She explains about this track, “This song is about diaspora and the fragments of self lost across … Continue reading Video Premiere: Lexagon “When the Tide is Low”

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

Can’t Afford To Be Here: An Interview with Lexagon

Lexagon, the music moniker of artist Alexa Burrell, has delivered one of the rawest, most powerful sonic statements of 2021 with Feminine Care. A beguiling mix of visceral bangers, experimental soundscapes, contemplative drones, downtempo hauntings, and everything in between, Burrell put all of herself into this record. The vulnerability shown is intense, sometimes difficult to listen to, but stopping and really listening, hearing the anxiety, pain, and brutal … Continue reading Can’t Afford To Be Here: An Interview with Lexagon

Lexagon “Feminine Care”

Music can be so many things to so many people, but on Lexagon’s new masterpiece, Feminine Care, it’s a reflection and dissertation about survival. This album is a dense, sprawling opus about the experience of black femininity in the context of all that fell apart from 2016 – 2020. Saturated with this haunted, vast, and determined spirit, Feminine Care lands every sonic punch square in the chest. Lexagon’s … Continue reading Lexagon “Feminine Care”