Artist info

Genre

Electronic


Sounds like

Röyksopp, Purity Ring, Grimes


band members

haxx & Rromarin


Influences

The Presets, Radiohead, Little Dragon


Website

www.dejatheband.com

Bio

De̊ǰa are haxx and Rromarin, future-pop duo from Melbourne, Australia. A project born and raised in a series of home studios, De̊ǰa is the fusion of digital and organic, a musical brainchild forged from progressive production and diverse sounds.

2013 saw the band release their debut EP ‘Make Light’ which featured previously released singles ‘Luststruck’, ‘Holiday’ and ‘Still Falling’. The band were triple j’s unearthed feature artist for May, played at Parklife, The Boroughs and The Hills Are Alive festivals and supported acts such as Panama and Clubfeet.

In the wake of their ‘Make Light’ Ep release, the duo have immersed themselves in the creation and completion of their anticipated second EP, ‘Infinite Ecstatic’. Merging signature heavy beats and ethereal vocals the pair work to push their sound further, taking listeners on a deeper, more introspective journey. 'Heavy Water' is De̊ǰa's first offering from the forthcoming release, and a taste of what these young producers have in store for 2014.

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DEJA (haxx & rromarin)

Electronic ( the presets, radiohead, Purity Ring, ...)

Played on triple j
Melbourne, VIC

De̊ǰa are a future pop duo from Melbourne.


Heavy Water

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Review

Review by Nick Findlay Nick Findlay

18 Mar 2014

Triple J
40

wow, this track ...

wow, this track is incredibly hypnotic. makes me come back for more

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Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby ...

17 Mar 2014

Triple J
45

Incredible track...

Incredible track, guys. I think there have been hints of this kind of quality for a long time with Deja and this one achieves the perfect balance of dark synth drama and crushed emotions.

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Reviewed by Zan Rowe Zan Rowe

29 Oct 2013

Triple J
40

Taking a differe...

Taking a different turn with this one, great to hear another side of Deja. Nice and bouncy, great synth lines, catchy chorus. Good one.

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