No Type, No Problem: An Interview With David Turgeon

Foxy Digitalis depends on our awesome readers to keep things rolling. Pledge your support today via our Patreon or subscribe to The Jewel Garden. I was intrigued when No Type first emerged from a long slumber last year. Label boss David Turgeon’s approach feels familiar in some ways but very much in its own space. The label covers a lot of sonic terrains while managing to feel cohesive in surprising … Continue reading No Type, No Problem: An Interview With David Turgeon

Foxy Digitalis Mix Season 2, #54: Eryk Salvaggio

Eryk Salvaggio’s upcoming album, Worlding: Sympoietic Mycology, is a trip. Described as a collaboration between human, synthesizer, and mushroom, Worlding sings in its own language. From pop-infused expressions to alien glitchworlds, it’s an album filled with new, interesting ideas and evolving sounds. Salvaggio has released some excellent music in recent years, but Worlding stands apart. The album will be released on October 21 via No Type on cassette and digital formats. Pre-order a … Continue reading Foxy Digitalis Mix Season 2, #54: Eryk Salvaggio

Video Premiere: The Organizing Committee “The Day Computers Became Obsolete”

The title track for Eryk Salvaggio’s new album as The Organizing Committee is the #1 song on a planet in an alternate dimension. Salvaggio uses machine learning tools to create pop music and “The Day Computers Became Obsolete” is a magical combination of futuristic vocalizations with propulsive rhythms and organic guitar leads underlaid by ephemeral synths. Subversive hooks move across the cutting bass like a … Continue reading Video Premiere: The Organizing Committee “The Day Computers Became Obsolete”