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Bonze's 'Obliterate Me': A Boundary-Pushing Fusion of 90s Techno and Rock


Bonze, also known as Jack Reardon, plunges deep into a cathartic exploration of self-destruction with his latest single, "Obliterate Me." The track is a bold fusion of electronic music influenced by 90s techno and rock/metal, drawing inspiration from the vocal processing of Bon Iver, the production mix of Jai Paul, and the guitar-driven songwriting of Nirvana.


"Obliterate Me" delves into the concept of seeking escape from negative emotions and deep pain through obliteration. Bonze, who works as a trained psychotherapist, skillfully weaves these themes into his music, creating an immersive experience for the listener. The narrative of the song is simple yet open to interpretation, inviting you to find your own meaning in the act of being obliterated.


The upcoming music video for "Obliterate Me" promises to further explore the themes present in the song through contrasting visuals, showcasing the band's combination of electronic and live instrument elements on a stark white canvas and juxtaposing it with dark, nightclub-inspired imagery.


Bonze has already garnered attention with his previous singles, receiving airplay on BBC Introducing London/South-West and features in publications such as Clash, Wonderland, CLOUT, and Rolling Stone India. His music has been showcased at London Fashion Week and in a Porsche short film.


2023 is shaping up to be a monumental year for Bonze. With his single "Out Of My Hands" featured on BBC Introducing London and his 2020 release "Higher" commissioned by Porsche, he continues to push the boundaries of his craft. Bonze's unique blend of underground dance and evocative songwriting is gaining traction, with his last single "(Mercedes)" nearing 70k streams on Spotify alone within two months of release.


Don't miss the chance to experience Bonze's electrifying fusion of 90s techno and rock with "Obliterate Me," a testament to his ability to craft captivating, genre-defying music that resonates on a deeply emotional level.




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