Elevating With Turn on the Sunlight

Foxy Digitalis depends on our awesome readers to keep things rolling. Pledge your support today via our Patreon or subscribe to The Jewel Garden. Jesse Peterson’s Turn On The Sunlight project has become a fixture on the stereo at Foxy Digitalis. His music is so free and airy but built on a strong and focused foundation. To reach the heights he does, there’s always a portion that has to stay … Continue reading Elevating With Turn on the Sunlight

Foxy Digitalis Mix Season 2, #55: Turn on the Sunlight

I can’t remember how I first came across Turn On The Sunlight, but it immediately grabbed me. Multi-instrumentalist Jesse Peterson’s project continually leaves me stranded high above the clouds, basking in his music’s bright, open spaces. Turn On The Sunlight’s newest is Peterson’s most ambitious: a double LP on Moon Glyph entitled You Belong, out this Friday, October 14. It’s special. Pick up a copy HERE. In the … Continue reading Foxy Digitalis Mix Season 2, #55: Turn on the Sunlight

The Capsule Garden Vol 1.16: April 29, 2022

Busy, wild week here with Jon Mueller in town (go see him perform Afterlife Cartoons if you have the opportunity over the coming weeks. It’s absolutely transcendent), but there’s always time to talk about some fantastic new music. Dig in. Natalia Beylis tinch (Self-Released) Count me in for anything Natalia Beylis is doing. tinch is a beautiful, spacious piano improvisation inspired by and dedicated to a little white cat of the … Continue reading The Capsule Garden Vol 1.16: April 29, 2022

Turn On The Sunlight “Drives To The Beach”

Dusk’s fading sunbeams hang over the outstretched ocean, a reflection of light on rippling waves guides a seance to conjure tones of solace. Turn On The Sunlight, Carlos Niño and Jesse Peterson’s weightless vehicle, are joined by Pablo Calogero and Mia Doi Todd in the crystalline waters. Drives To The Beach is a gossamer hymn to adventures led by the changing sky; a world where multi-hued spirits … Continue reading Turn On The Sunlight “Drives To The Beach”