Oliver Wilde - Good Kind Of Froze

A disorientating dip into a black hole, ‘A Good Kind Of Froze’ is Oliver Wilde at his most wonderfully weird.

While he’s never been one to shy away from bending the pop rules til they splinter and snap, ‘Good Kind Of Froze’ is undoubtedly Oliver Wilde’s most captivating madness to date. A disorientating dip into a black hole, it finds the alt producer at his most wonderfully weird.

Gut-garling, crumbled up bass leads the way, taking the skronky melody of April’s ‘Blit Scratch’ and hitting ‘go’ on the blender. Layering up the vocals to cult-like proportions, the wobbling pace soon becomes any hypnotist’s dream.

As it reaches its mind-bending zenith, Oliver sings of “all the best fuck ups” as if he’s aligning himself with the down-and-outs, but there’s little here to suggest he’s making a single mistake. Aligning oneself with the underworld has never sounded like such a sure-fire plan for success.

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