Foxy Digitalis was originally a print (xeroxed) zine put out on a very sporadic basis by Brad Rose from 1996 to 1998.
In October of 2003, after having moved to Seattle, WA and getting married, Brad decided to start doing Foxy Digitalis again. This time he decided to do it online to keep costs down and content current. He began sending out numerous emails and letters to get in touch with people he wanted to interview and thought would contribute interesting pieces to the publication. Most of the content was written by Brad and his wife, Eden Hemming. Over the years, more and more people have offered to write for Foxy Digitalis and came to know of its existence.
In September of 2010, a new Foxy Digitalis was born, the goal of which was to make a more diverse and communal space for weird music and the people who love it. The old website still exists here but only as a searchable archive, and in January of 2013, Foxy Digitalis said goodnight. Many of our writers can now be found at Decoder, while Brad started his own blog, The Isolatarium, and contributes regularly to FACT and Ad Hoc.
Foxy Digitalis is now closed and is no longer accepting submissions.
Thanks for reading.