FFFoxy Podcast #100: øjeRum feature

I put together a special show for you to mark this 100th installment of the FFFoxy Podcast. In the first hour I chat with Paw Grabowski, the Danish minimalist and collagist that produces work under the name, øjeRum. I have admired his output for the past few years and was fortunate enough to get to…

FFFoxy Podcast #99

I’ve been a bit tied-up with finishing some other work-related items over the past few weeks, so this new podcast is admittedly a bit overdue. The summer months, however, are looking to be fairly open-ended, and there are some interesting possibilities being kicked around with the show, so I hope you’ll keep checking back with…

FFFoxy Podcast #98

On this episode of the FFFoxy Podcast show, things are quite all over the map, both sonically and, I guess, geographically, as I’ve got stuff to play from as far away as Sweden, Germany, Greece, and Japan to right here in our own backyard. To my ears it all seems inter-connected, so I’m hoping you…

FFFoxy Podcast #96

As I mentioned on the last podcast show, I had a bunch of new music piling up that I wanted to play and couldn’t come even close to squeezing it all in. On this installment I continued to work my way through a bunch of mostly newer material that has arrived recently. The freshest of…

FFFoxy Podcast #95

On this installment of the FFFoxy Podcast show, we get back to combing through a bunch of new releases and notable reissues that have arrived in the mailbox over the past month. There is A LOT of really top-notch material this time around, so much so that I had to hold off on playing a…

FFFoxy Podcast #93

On this episode of the show, I played a bunch of music that I picked up on a recent record store expedition to Minneapolis that I went on with a group of fellow KMSU hosts and listeners. In what has become an annual adventure, we hit up several record stores (and had a few drinks…

FFFoxy Podcast #92

On this installment of the podcast, I have several new releases to play that I have been eagerly awaiting the arrival of. Specifically, I’m referring to the latest works from Rashad Becker, Talugung, Blue Chemise, and Eli Keszler. In addition to these, there also has been plenty of other fantastic new surprises that have arrived…