April 12, 2024

Xenturion Prime launches remix album ‘Prisma Refracted’ – Check the first remix now


Xenturion Prime launches remix album 'Prisma Refracted' - Check the first remix now

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(Photo by Xenturion Prime) Out on April 12 is the all new album by the Swedish/Norwegian synthwave/futurepop duo Xenturion Prime (formally the members of Code 64) aka Bjørn Marius Borg and Hasse Mattsson (Hans-Olof Mattsson). The CD version of this album will be limited to just 300 copies.

This limited edition remix album is based upon the “Prisma” album (2022) and all the tracks has been reworked totally by acts such as Valhall, Lights A.M, Vanguard, Midnight Resistance, Karin My and Technomancer just to name a few. Back in 2022 our reviewer said this about the “Prisma” album: “The band still has something apart from the rest which makes their originality and strength. The global production has been improved from album to album but especially the uplifting  effect from the choruses is a noticeable evolution.”

Check out “Embers” in a Midnight Resistance remix.


  • Embers (Midnight Resistance Rmx)
  • Last Dance (Technomancer Rmx)
  • Renegade (Xenturion Prime Radio Edit)
  • Moving on (Tianzi Rmx)
  • Premonition (Bariuz Rmx)
  • Memory Lanes (Mars TV Redux)
  • Shades of Light (Valhall Rmx)
  • Distant Voices (Karin My Rmx)
  • Renegade (Vanguard Rmx)
  • Starburst (Lights A.M Version)
  • Pathfinder (Cosmoplex Rmx)
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