Kage comes out swinging with Confession-co-signed ‘Oblivion’ EP

The name “Kage” commands a familiarity on Confession grounds. Though the tastemaker has touched down on Monstercat, Do Not Duplicate Recordings, Insomniac RecordsIN / ROTATION, and Martin Garrix‘s STMPD RCRDS, he’s directed a steady stock of tracks to Tchami’s Confession in recent years. After staking his flag in Confession territory with a remix of the label head’s Suburban Plaza-aided “Toxic Love,” which landed on Year Zero (Remixes), Kage has come back to Confession, his Oblivion EP in tow.The twofer is a blistering and sometimes sinister toeing of house territory. Rife with reverb and well-balanced glitches, either “Oblivion” or “Alchemy” could settle quite seamlessly into a Malaa set specifically, and as the Oblivion EP heats up, it’s likely that listeners will hear the tracklistings bounce from Kage’s own queue to others’. And considering that the new music comes out of the vault of a producer whose music has won play out from Dr. Fresch, Habstrakt, Zeds Dead, Bingo Players, JAUZ, Martin Garrix, Afrojack, and more, if won’t be a matter of if, but rather when.Featured image: Tim van CappellenTags: , ,
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