Oblique is an alternative sad-rock band from Dakha, Bangladesh. They are currently finishing recording their first full-length LP.
Posted on Sep 06, 2012 02:42 pm
Oblique is an 'alternative sad-rock' band from Dakha, Bangladesh. They are currently finishing recording their first full-length LP.
Oblique is made up of friends who grew up together sharing the same dream of making some great music to perform in front of like minded people. The dreams took its shape in the early days of 2004 when Saif, Ridwan, MK and Badhan started learning guitars/keyboards under the same mentor. The practices carried on and born were some cool tunes which the friends appreciated.
Even though the band had been writing songs for a while, it didn't go on-stage before December, 2007. That was the start of a journey which picked up massive speed along the way. The current (& permanent) line-up of the band consists of 5 people from the same school & college, after Robee filled the void as the drummer.
Oblique released an EP of home recorded own songs named 'Ojothai' in 2009. A couple of singles have been published in mixed albums, notably 'Hothat Chitkaar' in 'Joyoddhoni' (G-Series). The band has played over 70 shows around Bangladesh and appeared numerous times in the broadcast media.
In 2011, Oblique entered the studio to record their first solo album. The album is expected to be released in late 2012.
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