Ficshe started in 1999 as a noise experiment in a little house in Maine. Releasing her first single on Eat Dead Flies compilation of the same year and received this review:
"Ficshe, however, offers up something completely different with 'thinking what', a slow, plodding beats and noises track with a melody of sorts provided by a alarm-sounding loop. a very foreboding and ominous track."
Solo, female dark wave electronica with intimate singer/songwriter elements. Industrial and trip-hop influences weave through the music while the ethereal vocals cascade through each song. Live or on your headphones the dance beats and magical lyrics Ficshe delivers always generate a consuming, intoxicating experience.
"Ficshe [pronounced fik-she], she mixes goth, darkwave, glitch, ambient, and New Wave into a synthesis of electronic composition, adding emotionally intense and, yes, Gothic themes (her stage name is taken from the library call number of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein--FIC SHE) to her vocal arrangements."
-Sarah Wash, City Pages