Forget is about trying and failing to let go of an impossible relationship within the realm of my mind. This relationship is portrayed from several distinct angles: playful infatuation, utter frustration and torment, and nostalgic longing. The electronics track is comprised of prerecorded cello samples (performed by Evan Lamberton), along with samples of my own voice based on the phrase,“I’m trying to forget you.” These samples are chopped up, manipulated and interwoven to create an intricately entangled duet of sorts between voice and cello that circles around relentlessly in my head. The live cello plays the role of the person I’m desperately trying to forget — enticing and unobtainable — while the recorded cello samples represent the mix of idealistic, tainted memories that I simply can’t shake or silence.