Can anyone recommend some cyber-punk style music? Anything good will do.
Warren Zevon's "Transverse City" is a great late-80s album that hits on a lot of themes similar to and inspired by the earlier cyberpunk authors. Here's the title track:
Neil Young's "Trans" also has some good stuff:
a lot of Chu Ishikawa
also some Der Eisenrost
>47 tracks compiled by Cyberbite
>Genres: ambient, noise, synth, industrial, hybrid like music with various genres, some movie like action packed music, glitch
Artists of the Cyberpunk Community Soundtrack 2014:
>190R2 - AloneWolf - Archo-Logic - Artificial and Lethal - Badass Wolf Shirt - Chiba City Blues - CLAY SCRATCH - Daniel Deluxe - Enders - Fafhrd - FX MACHINE - HeaT Flare - Incisors Vex - Izo - Le Choix d’Atropos - Lounge Gizzard - neon shudder - TonicThunder - Zetetica
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Assuming Ghost in the Shell 1995 is the epitome of the meme then this is the best I've found:
Too punk (cultural/supergenre sense)
cyberpunk is post-industrial.
Akira's OST even if the movie doesn't feel very cyber punk to me. (idk about the manga since never read it)
God this is such a good ost
>found myself in the mood
Front Line Assembly - Mindphaser
Chemlab - Suicide Jag
Pigface - Binary Stream
Nine Inch Nails - The Great Destroyer
this album is a cyberpunk concept album and has Bowie re-teaming with Eno
Can this fit a post-apocalyptic cyberpunk atmosphere?
Breakcore influenced material:
>Divtech - Machines of Decay
>His Soundcloud page
Vladislav Delay is terrible. He wants to be Tim Hecker so bad it's depressing (because Tim Hecker isn't great to begin with u no).
The material compiled on Multila is great though.
I like what I've heard of both but the comparison seems completely bizarre to me. Also Delay was putting out albums slightly earlier. And has a way more eclectic career. Even their ambient stuff seems different since Hecker is usually beat-less and droning, his main instrument after laptop probably being synthesizer. Delay usually has a beat and rhythm is primary. He's a drummer. Not only that but a jazz one, I'm not sure how much improvisation features in Hecker's work.
>Multila is his only good work
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