Music

Alex Strunz of Vector Commander

Meet Techno-EBM Producer Vector Commander

Some may think the EBM scene in Brazil is not so strong, but the truth is that there are still many artists striving to keep it alive. One to be mentioned is Alex Strunz, the mind behind the Techno-EB...

An Interview With Archo-Logic

The adjective ‘cinematic’ tends to get attached to cyberpunk musical projects a lot, either because the music itself owes a lot to soundtrack composers or is deliberately evocative of film...

Stefan Poiss and Markus Hadwiger, the men behind mind.in.a.box

mind.in.a.box: Robotic Voices, Human Emotions

Futurepop has been an amazing music genre to create sci-fi atmospheres. As an outgrowth of electronic body music (EBM), which was very popular in the 80’s, futurepop had its peak mostly in the 9...

Hotline Miami 2 Soundtrack Review

The massive surge in music drawing on 1980s genre cinema in the past few years has been something of a boon to cyberpunk fans. Not only does the influence of Vangelis’ seminal Blade Runner score...

Destroy 20 Years of Culture: Atari Teenage Riot’s ‘Delete Yourself’ at 20

There are very few albums I can recall hearing for the first time. I remember the first time I fell in love with The Clash’s London Calling or Joy Division’s Unknown Pleasures, but not the...

Black Rain

Black Rain: Now I’m Just A Number

Readers of William Gibson’s Zero History might recall that part of the plot revolved around the search for the origins of a secret clothing brand called ‘Gabriel Hounds’, with the id...

Neon Lights & Dreadlocks: Metaltech (Live Show)

It’s a Friday night in the harbor area of Aberdeen, Scotland and the sky above The Moorings Bar is the color of dirty tungsten. Beyond the dock’s tangle of ship’s radars and aerials,...

Perturbator’s ‘I Am The Night’ Due For Re-Release

Last year’s Dangerous Days  by Perturbator might not only be one of my favorite cyberpunk themed albums ever, but one of my favorite albums period. It was certainly one of the best I heard in an...

YT Cracker: Introducing Neals Review

A link between hip-hop and cyberpunk may not initially seem like the most obvious musical connection. Industrial’s cybernetic fusions of organic instrumentation and machinery, rave’s daygl...