URSA | Eldorado Omega


The first vinly longplayer from BLACKFOX captures the results of years of live shows, studio experiments, and woodshedding. File under Blues, Gospel, Country, Noise, and American Rock.

Carrier Hotel | 2016.1

Improvised ambient drone sounds from members of AkuYou.

Ultralap | Ultra Operation No. 1

Analog slack-key space gospel.

tay0 | Back to the Source

Experimental beats and noises. "The title track and its far-ranging tweaks, blips and blurs are ablaze with scorched clip-hop / pitter-patter and skewed funk making it worth the price of admission alone. Tay0 maneuvers into more head-nodding fodder this time around as he continues to explore new(er) sonic plateaus." - Igloo Magazine

BLACKFOX | Four Songs from Downstairs

Recorded live at Smith's Olde Bar in the Atlanta Room.

Rat Mass |  EP 1

Rat Mass EP1

"EP1 is a compelling wallop of torrential percussion, inexorable bass annihilation, jabs of electric guitar and pervasive electrical sonic accents, all improvised live in the studio. At times it borders on metal, but most metal bands I’ve heard can’t muster this sort of prolonged intensity." - Stomp and Stammer


Combining elements of noise rock, alt-country, battered gospel, blues and post-punk, BLACKFOX puts expression before genre concerns, while still attempting to forge a coherent sound. "[T]he vibe is black and ominous and the spacing between the rumbling fuzz guitars and the echoing vocals is practically perfect. There are hints of early Soundgarden, Bowie and Sonic Youth spilling out all over the place, but the group never buckles beneath the weight of so much hero worship." - Latest Disgrace.