April 12, 2024

Disrupted Being returns with new electropop single: ‘Deeper’


Disrupted Being

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Disrupted Being, a Danish electropop act, has released a new single titled “Deeper”. This release marks their first original song in nearly two years, following their previous track “Sailor”. “Deeper” is available for listening across major music services right now.

Disrupted Being’s next performance will be a sold-out concert with Boytronic at RUST in Copenhagen on April 26th, 2024, featuring Rusty Egan as the DJ for the event. Disrupted Being will also play at Basement CPH, May 3rd 2024 with Swedish female fronted electronic act E:lect, HellaMox and the Danish EBM band ManMindMachine.

About Disrupted Being

The band is based in Copenhagen and consists of Morten Kristensen (synths and backing vocals) and Peter Wammen (synths and lead vocal). Their music features a blend of classic analogue synths and modern electronic sounds, drawing inspiration from 80s synth music and artists like Jean Michel Jarre, Camouflage, and Ultravox. Morten Kristensen notably favors the ARP Odyssey synth, a preference shared with Ultravox’s Billy Currie.

Kristensen and Wammen first met in 1988. Although their project has been ongoing since their meeting, various personal and professional commitments intermittently paused their musical pursuits. In 2018, they officially reformed and began performing as Disrupted Being, which led to their signing with Danish electronic label Town & Towers Records. Since then, they have released multiple singles, an EP, and performed live concerts in Denmark, Sweden, and Germany.

You can watch an interview with Disrupted Being on Nightshade TV’s YouTube channel.

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Bernard Van Isacker is the Chief Editor of Side-Line Magazine. With a career spanning more than two decades, Van Isacker has established himself as a respected figure in the darkwave scene.

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