A slight departure from the dark dreamy folk electronica of Eddins’ previous release ‘Vertebrae No.5’, ‘Come Unwound’ is more organic, raw, and certainly more rockin’ while still remaining true to the songwriter’s darker style of expression.
On a personal note, I had a blast making this record. So many fantastic musicians came through the studio to contribute. Each one completely unique and wonderful. Then came the ever present fly in the ointment which actually led to one of my favorite moments. I happened to pick up the phone on a Saturday afternoon and listened while Bill explained that there was a problem with a key track the drummer (Matt Chamberlain) was busy trying to track to. If I could grab my bass and get there, great. If not, the track wouldn’t make the record. Well.. off I went. For anyone that doesn’t know who Matt is, look him up. I can’t tell you how excited I was to lay down a live track with this incredible drummer. A bass player’s dream to say the least!
CD Available at cdbaby.
All songs written by Mische Eddins
Beta Belle Publishing, ASCAP
written: Eddins & Nintzel
published by Larkin & Wright, BMI
Produced by Bill Horist and Randall Dunn
Recorded and mixed by Randall Dunn @ Aleph Studios, Seattle
Mastered by Mell Dettmer
Design and images by Kathleen Kincaid
Mische – Vocals, Backing Vocals, Bass, Acoustic Guitar
Bill Horist – Guitars, Electronic Loops
Ben Hadley – Acoustic Guitar on Closer, Catharine & Down
Matt Chamberlain – Drums
Olli Klomp – Percussion
Steve Moore – Keys, Wurlitzer and Celeste
Dan Tyack – Pedal Steel
|July 2007:||“Eddins sings in a voice rich with the hope and heartache of romance”.. “seductively dark harmony that simultaneously invites and warns you”..|
“For the sake of comparison, take Sheryl Crow, give her a deeper, sexier voice sung in a quieter tone and she would sound like Eddins.”
—– Hot Indie News
|May 2007:||“melodic songs with melancholy lyrics about sadness, hope and fire”…|
“As a long time fan of Shawn Colvin I cannot help but mention that the songs of Mische show similarities to those of this big star.” (click hereto read in English)
—— Rootstime Magazine