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DeStijl fuses dark dance with melodic pop-rock. Formed in France in 1995 by Pascal DeStijl and John Cleary, the band released their award-winnning first album “DeStijl” in 1997. This success was closely followed by the experimental “Trip factor” EP in 1998, and the crowd-pleasing album “de:construction” in 1999, featuring the otherworldly vocals of Norweigian Agnete Thuland. In 2000, Pascal DeStijl took time out from making music to launch his underground label, Hydrophonics. The line up is now based between Montpellier and Manchester. DeStijl's music is influenced by bands such as New Order, Depeche Mode, Joy Division, Editors, Primal Scream, Doves, Kasabian or Massive Attack.

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