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So, we have all heard about the drop cards (yes, I know there is a thread about it already) and the http://syro2eznzea2xbpi.onion/orys site.

Apparently, as it's been mentioned, the drop cards will allow people to access some exclusive content on the site.

I've tried checking out the site on the TOR browser, so far it looks the same except for the fact that many of the fields read "indeterminate", likely due to the browser protection. Hopefully this will change in the coming days/weeks.

 

I wanted to start a separate thread where we can list findings (if any) that pop up via the TOR-accessed site.

 

an example of whats out there...

(From: http://thegroovenashville.com/now-taking-pre-orders-for-aphex-twins-syro/ )

 

The dropcard provides you with an exclusive URL to a secret Syro site – only functional via the Tor browser – where Warp Records will be continuously adding new digital content over the upcoming weeks… For more info on the site and Richard D. James’ stance on the “Deep Web” and online privacy, click here:

The Tor browser can be downloaded here:

aphex-twin-syro.png

 

 

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eznzea imminent

There's no eznzea guys

Tor urls are random

https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/doc/HiddenServiceNames

And "syro" is another lie, or they have been trying hard to randomize first 4 letters

 

 

yeah but what if he just takes the random word as name for it? Wouldn't be the first time he uses generated tracknames

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I wanted to start a separate thread where we can list findings (if any) that pop up via the TOR-accessed site.

 

an example of whats out there...

(From: http://thegroovenashville.com/now-taking-pre-orders-for-aphex-twins-syro/ )

 

interesting article. is the guy that wrote it the op for this thread because he's theorizing something similar

 

p.s. just run a torch search and found nothing

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could be the badger cover and tracklist?

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I think you may be close to nailing it there ooze. I can see links appearing on the page linking to the second (maybe free) album. That post saying there would be two aphex albums this month has to be correct!!

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