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Technomancer releases ‘The Outsider’ EP with Apoptygma Berzerk and Angst Pop joining in Depeche Mode cover song

Jul 2,2018

Technomancer - The Outsider EP
(By our Norwegian correspondent Jan Ronald Stange)

The Norwegian futurepop and EBM act Technomancer, fronted and produced by Alyxx J. Digre, releases ‘The Outsider’ EP both on Bandcamp and Spotify, paying tribute to songs from Depeche Mode, Psyche, Ultravox and Rational Youth. Joining in on the Depeche Mode cover song ‘Puppets” are both Angst Pop (Per Aksel Lundgreen) and Stephan Groth (Apoptygma Berserk), making this collaboration one of the best Norwegian efforts to do a Depeche Mode cover… ever?

All songs produced by Technomancer and Per Aksel Lundgreen a.k.a. Angst Pop. ‘Puppets’ co-produced by Stephan Groth / Apoptygma Berzerk. Backing vocals and MS-20 synths on ‘Puppets’ by Stephan Groth. Backing vocals on ‘I’ve Got A Sister In The Navy’ by Per Aksel Lundgreen.

Buy and listen:

https://technomancer.bandcamp.com/album/the-outsider-ep



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