The Capsule Garden Vol 1.10: March 18, 2022

Foxy Digitalis depends on our awesome readers to keep things rolling. Pledge your support today via our Patreon. This was a chaotic week as my kid was on spring break so a lot of juggling went on, but we all made it through unscathed. That being said, I didn’t get to listen to nearly as much music as I wanted to during the week so this week’s installment … Continue reading The Capsule Garden Vol 1.10: March 18, 2022

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

Foxy Digitalis Mix #31: William Fowler Collins

William Fowler Collins and I go way back. We were once labelmates on the legendary Type label and Collins did a memorable, dense tape for my old label, Digitalis. His last album, Field Music, was released on SIGE in 2018. Collins makes heavy music. It’s not just the sonic elements that weigh a ton, but there’s an emotional heft to his work that I have … Continue reading Foxy Digitalis Mix #31: William Fowler Collins

White People Killed Them

Last year’s Endlings album (Raven Chacon and John Dieterich) was a grinding multipronged effort and the duo join up with ex-Black Spirituals percussionist, Marshall Trammell to plant dynamite across the country, seeding aural revolts throughout the land. White People Killed Them is like a three-headed monster that moves in articulated unison, breathing fire at every opportunity to make sure nobody is left unscathed. Presented as … Continue reading White People Killed Them

Tashi Dorji & Marshall Trammell “Duo Damage Vol. 1: Live in Portland”

There’s not much peace and quiet in my life these days. Opportunities to experience silence are few and far between, so I’ve ended up on the other side where I need music I can just crank up to drown everything out. Duo Damage Vol. 1: Live in Portland has been an expert-level savior the past couple weeks. Tashi Dorji and Marshall Trammell both have extensive, … Continue reading Tashi Dorji & Marshall Trammell “Duo Damage Vol. 1: Live in Portland”