Oblique presents “THING FOR YOU” & “PANIC”

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The Oblieque duo returns, and it does so with two albums: “THING FOR YOU” & “PANIC”. With them they show that they are the type of artists who do not sew without thread, who know what they are doing at all times and do not leave anything to chance, although sometimes their decisions may seem out of place or out of the ordinary. And if in addition, after a consecration in the underground, we see them doing their thing with these two albums, it leaves us even more surprised.

Both EPs manage to provide introspection, energy and an absorbing twilight, closing an album that knows how to turn musical pulp into a refreshing ambrosia juice. The more the record is listened to, the more difficult it is to place it in a specific geographic location. His music seems to never solidify, to be a flow of sounds and impressions that never seem to remain fixed in place or memory, like a perfume or a quick vision of a body in motion, to the point of postulating itself as one of the true values of the future of meek and bright electronics.

The idea of ​​both albums refers us to one of the crucial attributes of music, and that is its inexhaustible ability to generate states of mind that protect us at all times. Its meaning remains in the hands of lovers of electronic music, beyond the dance floor and all hedonism.

“THING FOR YOU” & “PANIC” can and should be heard as a timeless piece of music that conveys a positive idea in times of conflict, and its aesthetic appeals to the most basic, deep and receptive of the spirit. Panic, in short, designs a wide and fragile sound to listen and feel from the deepest.

Oblique’s mastery of language is total, and here they have once again delved into the past to draw inspiration from another verse, more forceful and melancholy, but no less evocative. All in all, we can safely say that these “THING FOR YOU” & “PANIC” is on the verge of excellence.

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Written by: Alejandro Serrano

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