'Depeche Mode' fans listen up! The Canadian artist 'Audity Freak' has created his musical tribute to 'Depeche Mode' with his song 'Matter Of Trust'. And indeed, many parts of the synth pop song sound like passages from the repertoire of the British synthesizer pioneers of the 80s. As far as I can remember, I rejected the first version of the song because of production flaws. The new remastered version convinced me in the end. If 'Audity Freak' stays on this path, I am convinced that we can expect some more great, dark synth pop tracks here.
A small point of criticism: Please pay more attention to the cover artwork. It should fit the scene, because that's the first point of contact with potential listeners.
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