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Mark Rydyger's 12th album as Holon, dark, deep, and moody cyberpunk synthwork, soundtracks for post-Terminator landscapes. PWYW (as are all his releases, so check out them, too), Highly recommended. Rydyger's other alias, Sylac, leans more towards industrial darksynth, EBM even - also worth checking out if that's your thing.
From Clone.nl: "Machine Funk... 79 unrelenting minutes of cybernetic electro-funk. A dense collection of experimental compositions and synthetic, man-machine beauty created by Cygnus which fuse with the dance-floor to perfection. Inspired by the miniseries ''Machine Man'', 1984's classic comic created by Barry Windsor-Smith. Comes in a high quality gate-fold sleeve, where you can find and read the story behind Machine Funk, along with the lyrics of each track. As usual with Fundamental Records; limited and no re-press!" Order directly from Fundamental Records: [email protected] Order from Clone Records: https://clone.nl Really excited to get this one out to you guys. Make sure you get a copy because there will never be a re-press!
I started playing Android: Netrunner and I'd love to compile a playlist with fitting music. It's an intense game with lots of strategic depth which requires a good amount of thought. This implies the music should definitely not be too demanding for the listener but rather be great in the background to set the mood. I already thought of adding music from Loscil, Biosphere, Cliff Martinez, Tron OST,... What else would fit in nicely? Keywords to keep in mind: sci-fi, ambient, cyberpunk, dystopia,... It certainly doesn't have to be beatless. Gentle electronica with a gloomy sci-fi vibe would be epic!
Dudes created a Bladerunner-like city in LEGO: http://www.unfinishedman.com/the-ultimate-cyberpunk-lego-city-cyberpocalypse-at-brickfair-2013/ Main dude behind it does AWESOME LEGO stuff in addition to this: https://www.flickr.com/photos/carterbaldwin/