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  • Obli Drops Mesmerizing News Single “Deeper” [Foreign Family Collective]


    A true multi-instrumentalist with a tenure working with top names in the business, Chris Null, aka Obli, has spent years of his career touring with the likes of Sonny Moore a.k.a Skrillex, and playing guitar for GRAMMY® Award-nominated superstar Julia Michaels.  His origins in alternative, indie, electronic, rock and pop music have set the foundation for him to build this current solo-project. Inspired by the likes of Four Tet, Bonobo, and Joy Orbison, obli accesses a cinematic level of emotion as he layers vocal samples above handcrafted living and breathing soundscapes.

    Now, he’s released a glistening new single “Deeper” via ODESZA’s Foreign Family Collective imprint that’s gleaming with uplifting melodies, a soulful vocal sample, and a mesmerizing beat that locks you into the aura of the single the whole way through.

    Produced with intention surrounding the spontaneity of music creation, “Deeper” is the first track off of a forthcoming project on Foreign Family Collective that’s centered around initial inspiration, something we cannot wait to hear more of.

    Listen below!

    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Obli Drops Mesmerizing News Single “Deeper” [Foreign Family Collective]

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