James Vadner takes full advantage of Minneapolis' high ranking music scene. He knows that people like their music fresh and loud, and are prepared to seek it out if the sound is hot. Thanks to a long list of heavyweight supporters and a global social media reach, Vadner's talents need not stay bound to the Twin Cities. His work as OBLIVION has been praised and shared around the world as music worthy of both ears and a body to feel the boom.
Oblivion's DOOM Music debut, 'Dead in Space', features 3 very different tracks make for a heavy experience in intergalactic and subterranean travel. 'Bomberman Fights Back' is a plunging head-bobber with lazer synth interludes and a lofty build. 'Buried Alive' senses a dusky landscape above a raging crypt party, while wishing you an eerie "nighty night". 'The Force Field' marches its legions straight into a wall of bass-locked phasers and apocalyptic battles aboard The Enterprise.