Sebastian Ingrosso’s first 2012 release on his Refune label isn’t by the mafioso himself: he passed the reins to Swanky Tunes, Matisse & Sadko and their progressive smash “The Legend.” What starts off as a dreamy instrumental soon turns into a lush, energetic rhythm with a memorable synth line. “The Legend” has a sound reminiscent of 80s Depeche Mode or Pet Shop Boys, but with modern production value. Have a listen below and grab the track on Beatport.
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