Category Archives: Audio

Shuggie live at Treefort

Nice recording of Shuggie from the Treefort Music Festival in Boise, Idaho on March 21st. Video by

Treefort #2: Foxygen – “Shuggie” from INTOTHEWOODS.TV on Vimeo.

Directed & Edited by Chris Cantino • Camera by Gary McLeod, Zach Voss, Chris Cantino, Lymay Iwasaki, Mike Elliott, Anna Ignatenko, and Andrew Barrick • Audio Mix by Jeff Simmons • Audio Engineering by Andrew Grosse

Foxygen live at the Larimer Lounge in Denver

The Flat Response released a high-quality recording of Foxygen’s March 18 show at the Larimer Lounge in Denver, Colorado. You can download the full concert here or any of the individual tracks using the links below.

Here’s the setlist.

1. intro
2. Bowling Trophies
3. Make It Known
4. Cosmic Vibrations
5. Shuggie
6. On Blue Mountain
7. In the Darkness
8. We Are the 21st Century Ambassadors of Peace and Magic
9. San Francisco

Source:  [Neumann SKM140’s (AK40/KM100) > Lunatec V3 > Oade Mod Edirol R44 @ 24/48 > SDHC > Adobe Audition CS6 > Mixdown > Resample to 16/44.1 > CDWave
Taped by:  Lance Stack

Cosmic Vibrations from the Fred Perry Artist Lounge session at CMJ

The closest thing to a studio version of Cosmic Vibrations came together last October during CMJ, when Foxygen recorded two tracks (“In The Darkness” being the other) at what sounded like an entertaining recording session (eight different bands recording in sequential 1-hour blocks). MP3 versions can be downloaded with an email signup at the link above:

I do prefer the organ solo in the breakdown at the end, like in the 3voor12 session. But in terms of sound quality and vocals, this is the best version yet.


Another old track from the high school days, this one is called “Spoonerisms” and might actually be a Rado solo affair that is more of a gag than an actual song:

From their description:

Jonathan recorded a fake cd for edwin and eric to make fun of. its called ‘spoonerisms’.

The 8-bit “Twinkle, Twinkle” at the end is a nice way to go out.

(h/t FoxygenForum)

Fuck You, Man

An old, old instrumental track that was apparently on “Songs in the key of K: Jon Kaplan Volume 1”, an early self-recorded EP:

From the original description:

new song, babies. were recording an EP called “SONGS IN THE KEY OF ‘K’…SONG OF KAPLAN”. this ones called “Fuck You, Man”. that album is very folketronic. yes, thats right, we invented a new style of music. maybe it’ll catch on.

(h/t FoxygenForum)