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Listen to the exclusive preview of the new Diffuzion EP ‘Still Believe’

Jun 13,2016

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Besides some selected compilation appearances and a couple of remix collaborations, it had been quite quiet around the Belarusian cold female fronted electropop act Diffuzion. The duo now strikes back with an 8-track EP, “Still Believe”, which is at the moment only available via Bandcamp.

The EP is taken from the band’s forthcoming 3rd full length album and reveals a more modern high-tech break-beat sound approach spread over 3 new songs. The 3 new tracks are “Still believe”, “Blessed” and “Cycle”.

You can preview the 3 new songs exclusively via Side-Line together with the remixes executed by Diffuzion themselves, Aesthetische, Mlada Fronta, Implant and Jean-Marc Lederman (The Weathermen, …).



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