By: Logan Podbielski
We here at The Untz could not be more excited for our inaugural festival this coming June and for quite a few reasons. One of them being that Brady Wiggins aka Fractal will be joining our musical extravaganza. Wiggins has been slaying stages for a few years now. His comprehensive compositions and powerful production are certainly a sight to see.
His latest release is a two song EP with longtime collaborator Au5, and it's nothing short of the duo’s many prior successes.
Opener "Ison" is quite the party, with each drop getting heavier and heavier. The first is themed around a steady electro house beat accompanied by vocals but by the second refrain, serenity exits and dubstep enters. Epic distortions and compressions seize the beat like the early work of Nero.
The B-side, "Pavonine," a song that at first seems like a simple beat perfect for a segue between bangers. That is, until you realize this song is the banger. Once again Fractal and Au5’s affinity for dubstep shines through while still blending beautifully with crowd fueling bridges.
These two superb songs will make a great addition to whatever Wiggins has in store for us this summer at The Untz Festival. With his opulent shows driven by a love of all musical genres it will not be long before more people start seeing Fractal’s talent as we have, so don’t miss your chance.
His mission to make every set a journey of epic proportions is a hefty one that only few can pull off, but from what we have seen in the past and project for the future, we do not see why Wiggins can’t.
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