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Theo Hilton, Toby Foster, Clyde Petersen, and Ryan Woods split 12″ (2011)

One side is the songs that Theo, Ryan, and I recorded in November (the same songs as the cassette below), and the other songs is recordings that Theo and Clyde (a.k.a. Your Heart Breaks) made in early January.  They are great.  I am thrilled to be on a record with such amazing people.  Also, thanks to Talking Helps Records for help putting it out!  Available for $10 through PayPal.


Theo Hilton, Toby Foster, and Ryan Woods cassette (2010)


1. Tennessee
2. Cynicism
3. Old Dead Tree
4. City Sidewalks
5. Clean
6. Gave On
7. The Reason
8. Attraction

Recorded by me, Ryan, and Theo and mastered by Mike Bridavsky at Russian Recording in Bloomington, IN, artwork by me and Ryan.  Temporarily out of print.  Also available for free or pay-what-you-want download here.

“On Moving and Standing Still” CD/Cassette (2010)


1. Like I Should
2. 22nd St.
3. Hardwood Floors
4. Smoke and Carbohydrates
5. To Really Miss Someone
6. State Lines
7. Summer Mornings
8. Speech Patterns
9. This Place Will Never Be My Home
10. Comprehension
11. On The Hudson River
12. Reckless

Recorded by me in Chicago and Western Springs, IL, mastered by Mike Bridavsky at Russian Recording in Bloomington, IN, artwork by Ryan Woods.  Both the CD and cassette are currently out of print, but this is also up for free or pay-what-you-want download here.

Fall 2010 Tour Poster

I have a few posters left from the October/November tour I did with Ryan Woods and Theo Hilton.  They are 2-color screen prints on heavy paper, designed by Ryan and me, printed by Pat Crann at Shout Out Loud Prints.

They look like this:

They are $5 through PayPal (I will mail them in a poster tube).




  1. Nola Wiersma
    Posted January 24, 2011 at 5:35 am | Permalink

    Hey Toby,

    I was wondering if you had any recordings of a song you sang at 33 Eastern in Grand Rapids a couple months back. It went something like “Maybe I should kiss you… something or other… and maybe I should kiss you… it gets better…” etc.

    Thank you, hope all is well,

  2. Matthew Van Beck
    Posted March 4, 2011 at 12:20 am | Permalink

    I know that it says Vegetables is out of print, but I was wondering if there was any way to still get it or some of the songs on it. I owned it once upon a day and lent it to a friend and didn’t see it again, aha. And I have a real hankering to hear “Don’t Steal Bikes” and “Big Boy”. Thanks for your time! Keep on keepin on!

    Love Always,

    • tobyfoster
      Posted April 5, 2011 at 1:01 am | Permalink

      sorry! i don’t have the tracks anywhere! maybe a mediafire search?

  3. Casey Marchese
    Posted April 2, 2011 at 3:18 pm | Permalink

    Just wanted say great stuff, keep it up

  4. Eric
    Posted October 11, 2012 at 3:33 am | Permalink

    Hey Toby,

    I just saw your pink couch session and loved it so I started listening to ore of your songs. I love all of your music. Your one of the most inspirational people I’ve ever encountered. Keep doing what you doing and come to Connecticut soon.

    :) Eric

  5. Posted January 30, 2013 at 4:13 am | Permalink

    Dear Toby (Or Mr. Foster I’m not sure what to say)
    Is the Split between you, Theo Hilton, Ryan Woods, and Clyde Peterson not obtainable as a CD? I don’t own a record player and I don’t think i own a working cassette player either. I was also wondering if “On Moving And Standing Still” will be in print again soon. You’re a great musician and make me feel a little less out of place in this little town that I never seem to change.
    Thank you (I’m not sure if i got the website right sorry if i didn’t).

  6. Yss
    Posted August 12, 2013 at 5:30 pm | Permalink

    Hey! I would love to get one of yr tour posters, but I live in Sweden. Any chance of getting one? And if so, how much extra would it cost? Totally understand if it’s too much of a hassle, but I thought I’d ask.

    Thnx for bein’ awesome and makin’ music! x

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