Artist info

Genre

Dance, Electronic, Indie, Pop


Tags

Electronic


band members

James Guido


Website

soundcloud.com/obseenaus

Bio

After years of honing his craft, Sydney based songwriter, producer and composer, Obseen AKA James Guido is no rookie to the music world. Having taken his music internationally in 2016 and being featured by major artists such as Lido and Alison Wonderland across social media, Obseen released a string of collaborative singles in 2017.

After breaking into the charts on triple j’s unearthed site, and receiving unmissable media attention from Earmilk, Pilerats, Semplesize and Acid Stag, Obseen launched a new chapter of his project in 2018. Setting aside years of synth heavy production in exchange for the sounds of his roots.

The first track of this new era entitled ‘I Don’t Care” was featured by Spotify’s Editorial team and landed a spot in the Viral Charts, peaking at #36. His “Characteristic Velvety falsetto” (Dancing Astronaut 2018) spread quickly across the internet and landed airplay in Australia and support by major publications such as Pilerats, Stoney Roads and Dancing Astronaut to name a few.

With a new single on the way, an EP in 2019 and an album in the works, along with several features and credited productions “Guido’s ability to craft meaningful, soulful electronic music is sure to be the driving force that takes him into the stratosphere this year.” - (DA 2018)

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

14 May 2018

Triple J
35

Wasn't expecting some of these instrumental sounds you've integrated into the track but they're working for me. This is total liquid.

Wasn't expecting some of these instrumental sounds you've integrated into the track but they're working for me. This is total liquid.

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

07 May 2018

Triple J
35

Yeah, I vibe with this. You've managed to seep a bit of psych/reggae elements in this too which is a lot of fun.

Yeah, I vibe with this. You've managed to seep a bit of psych/reggae elements in this too which is a lot of fun.

Review

Review by Nkechi Anele Nkechi Anele

04 Mar 2018

Triple J
35

So many delicious sounds in this track and the vocals just keep you moving along with the music.

So many delicious sounds in this track and the vocals just keep you moving along with the music.