in the name of hallmark-driven valentine's day, unfoundsound
delivers six tracks bubbling with love and emotion -- courtesy of fidget
(a.k.a. erin anderson from philadelphia). aside from
contributing to the first unfields (with more to come!),
she also spent many of her early years as one-half of flowchart
alongside sean o'neal (a.k.a. someone else).
through their deep fondness of the shoegazer movement, together they released
a series of tracks which they coined as being "shoegazer techno".
fidget's debut release on unfoundsound,
frayed, expands on this bliss-driven philosophy. fidget
presents four mellow tracks that are profoundly deep, gentle, melancholic,
heartfelt, ticking with subtle found sounds, and heavily melodic in a
somewhat pop ambient vein -- resting your head in a blanket of submerged
percussion, dense textures and heartwarming sensations. you also get a
slow and gushingly blissful remix by somenone else, plus
a tick-tacky, darkly waterlogged rework by microcosm's ezekiel
honig. wrap yourself around our heart.