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DJUSTIN SHARE SECOND SINGLE FROM VOYAGERS
DJUSTIN SHARE SECOND SINGLE FROM VOYAGERS

Swedish/American electronic pop duo Djustin recently shared the expertly paced second single and opening track ’New Preset’ from their forthcoming debut album Voyagers. Rose Suau’s from the netherworld vocals play a key role on this one amidst Johan Angergård’s...

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DJUSTIN ANNOUNCES DEBUT ALBUM
DJUSTIN ANNOUNCES DEBUT ALBUM

Djustin, the trans-Atlantic collaboration between Johan Angergård (The Legends etc…….) and Rose Suau (Impossible Twin) are set to release their debut album Voyagers. Indie30 first featured the duo in April last year with their track ‘Stars‘, one of three singles...

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THE LEGENDS ANNOUNCE NEW DOUBLE ALBUM, DROP NEW SINGLE
THE LEGENDS ANNOUNCE NEW DOUBLE ALBUM, DROP NEW SINGLE

“I love Futurism. I love the dynamism of modern technology. I love the endless possibilities… ‘Nightshift’ might be a night album, but it’s lit up by neon.” Johan Angergård, the man behind The Legends (and a million other projects)...

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THE RADIO DEPT. SHARE COMMITTED TO THE CAUSE
THE RADIO DEPT. SHARE COMMITTED TO THE CAUSE

“We’re here to work Not break free We’re here to hurt Endlessly” The Radio Dept. have shared a new single, ‘Committed To the Cause’ from their soon to be released and soon to be career high album, Running Out...

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THE RADIO DEPT. DROP NEW ODE TO RESISTANCE
THE RADIO DEPT. DROP NEW ODE TO RESISTANCE

The Radio Dept. have released a new single, ‘We Got Game’. It’s confidently and beautifully crafted resistance advocacy against the rise of divisive right wing politics and cold and impersonal corporate power. Ethereal synths in a myriad of forms...

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THE LEGENDS ENLIST MARIA USBECK FOR NEW SINGLE
THE LEGENDS ENLIST MARIA USBECK FOR NEW SINGLE

The Legends, the pop project of Johan Angergård, released a new single ‘Cocaine’ yesterday, a musically delicate almost cautionary tale of want to follow up the pulsating club ready, yet lyrically foreboding, ‘Summer In The City (Living Is For Somebody...

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