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Stefan Certic releases new single “Artificial Love”

You may remember last summer we playlisted Human, the debut single from electronic musician Stefan Certic.

Stefan has a brand new song out now, Artificial Love – both taken from his upcoming album World Of Mine.

While Human is a slow and broody burner of a song, Artificial Love is slightly more upbeat. Depeche Mode influences still abound, but a driving beat adds to its danceability and layered synth themes, almost industrial at times, add a sense of urgency.

Stefan’s emotional vocals deal with the idea that we are losing our humanity. World Of Mine is a concept exploring different times, genres and unfolding ethical questions of the world we are building, drawing listeners from “Human” to back to “Being Human” once more.

Artificial Love brings clear on-point vocals and a great melody – fans of early 80s synthpop will love this one.

You can find out more about Stefan by checking out his interview here.

You can also find Stefan on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram and Spotify.

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Stefan Certic releases new single “Artificial Love”

You may remember last summer we playlisted Human, the debut single from electronic musician Stefan Certic.

Stefan has a brand new song out now, Artificial Love – both taken from his upcoming album World Of Mine.

While Human is a slow and broody burner of a song, Artificial Love is slightly more upbeat. Depeche Mode influences still abound, but a driving beat adds to its danceability and layered synth themes, almost industrial at times, add a sense of urgency.

Stefan’s emotional vocals deal with the idea that we are losing our humanity. World Of Mine is a concept exploring different times, genres and unfolding ethical questions of the world we are building, drawing listeners from “Human” to back to “Being Human” once more.

Artificial Love brings clear on-point vocals and a great melody – fans of early 80s synthpop will love this one.

You can find out more about Stefan by checking out his interview here.

You can also find Stefan on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram and Spotify.

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Stefan Certic releases new single “Artificial Love”

You may remember last summer we playlisted Human, the debut single from electronic musician Stefan Certic.

Stefan has a brand new song out now, Artificial Love – both taken from his upcoming album World Of Mine.

While Human is a slow and broody burner of a song, Artificial Love is slightly more upbeat. Depeche Mode influences still abound, but a driving beat adds to its danceability and layered synth themes, almost industrial at times, add a sense of urgency.

Stefan’s emotional vocals deal with the idea that we are losing our humanity. World Of Mine is a concept exploring different times, genres and unfolding ethical questions of the world we are building, drawing listeners from “Human” to back to “Being Human” once more.

Artificial Love brings clear on-point vocals and a great melody – fans of early 80s synthpop will love this one.

You can find out more about Stefan by checking out his interview here.

You can also find Stefan on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram and Spotify.

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Stefan Certic releases new single “Artificial Love”

You may remember last summer we playlisted Human, the debut single from electronic musician Stefan Certic.

Stefan has a brand new song out now, Artificial Love – both taken from his upcoming album World Of Mine.

While Human is a slow and broody burner of a song, Artificial Love is slightly more upbeat. Depeche Mode influences still abound, but a driving beat adds to its danceability and layered synth themes, almost industrial at times, add a sense of urgency.

Stefan’s emotional vocals deal with the idea that we are losing our humanity. World Of Mine is a concept exploring different times, genres and unfolding ethical questions of the world we are building, drawing listeners from “Human” to back to “Being Human” once more.

Artificial Love brings clear on-point vocals and a great melody – fans of early 80s synthpop will love this one.

You can find out more about Stefan by checking out his interview here.

You can also find Stefan on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram and Spotify.

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