Venomous EP comes in a package of three extended techno cuts with a certain corresponding theme. As the title might suggest, all cuts have a certain touch of hazardousness to them.
Black Mamba is best explained as the experience of poison slowly creeping through one's veins and leaving an irreversible trail of destruction.
King Cobra feels more boisterous than it's predecessor. Again, a long repetitive build keeps on changing into a slightly psychotic state of being while razor-sharp bits of synthesis tickle the listeners brain like when undergoing acupuncture.
Stingray is the final cut of this first Oblique effort. Whilst maintaining the corresponding Venomous theme, the last endeavour is a thumping outcry of muscular drums, a ponderous bass shot, and haunting pad sounds that together create a dystopian character. As an extra, Ben has thrown in an ominous locked groove that should be useful in adventurous club settings.