Review: As the latest addition to the Liquid Tribe catalogue, this brand new full length album project from Destiny has a lot to live up to. That's a task it most certainly achieves as we sweep across 12 tracks of high-octane production mastery, from the gorgeous horn-like of 'Out Of Me' to the emotive harmonic vocal combos of 'Done Crying' and steadily evolving soundscapes of 'Alone'. All in all, the project gives a fantastic journey into modern liquid themes, with the more experimental drum sounds of 'Hardest Part' and system-busting subs of 'Closer' giving us a teaser into the future of the sound. There are a couple of real standouts, including both the intricate brass manoeuvres of 'Tell Your Lover' and of course the luscious pad design of the title track 'Angel Of Obscurity'. Excellent work!
Review: Germany's Science Of Man slides into Liquid Tribe's DMs with a veritable fountain of liquid bliss. Unhurried, breezy and always focused on the groove, there's a strong sense of Submorphics or Winslow to the story as we roll from the gentle opening pianos of the title track 'It Is What It Is' to the closing soulful vocal surges and slippery disco of 'That Feeling'. In between we're treated to the cosmic urgency of 'Dreams', that old school euphoria of 'Sunday Morning' and the jazzy flutters of 'Lyn'. A five track win is what this is.