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Leo Stableford
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Leo Stableford T2 is, in many ways, the ultimate hard industrial album. It also pulls in some riffs from electronica, drum and bass and parts of death metal. It's soul, is, and will remain, industrial an armored core of pounding beats, aural assault and growled lyrics that will leave you exhausted, yet exhilarated. Outstanding work. Favorite track: Neo-Tokyo Skylines.
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psychoholicjoe Remix culture at its finest. T2 truly is the definitive edition of Tech Noir. In the future I hope to see even more remixes of the original Tech Noir tracks as singles or as a separate release, as these are simply awesome. Crank the volume and enjoy. Favorite track: Time to Move.
Kris Aroo
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Kris Aroo You might want to put a warning label for folks who have elderly neighbors living next to you who have to endure the chaos and angry robo noises that is Tech Noir. RIP Neighbors. Favorite track: Salvage the Excess.
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Armalyte Industries and Glitch Mode Recordings are proud to announce T2 by Cyanotic: the definitive Tech Noir collection, remastered and expanded to almost double the length of its predecessor.

physical copies available directly at: armalyte.bandcamp.com/album/cyanotic-t2

credits

released July 30, 2018

produced + mixed by sean payne @ glitch mode HQ - chicago, IL
mastered by jules seifert @ epic audio media - UK
original layout and design by stephen green with jenny anne payne

credits:
sean payne: vocals/electronics
kevin barron: additional electronics/bass guitar
drew rosander: add't electronics (surveying city ruins + neo tokyo skylines)
jordan davis: add't electronics (deadweight + clear a path)
dave schjolden: add't electronics (delusions + info-entity)

live:
sean payne: vocals/samples
jordan davis: synths
dan dickersheid: drums
jenny anne payne: synths/samples

thank you: giles moorhouse, jules seifert, jenny anne payne, tyler fryar, jason novak, bill krimmel, dave schjolden, ryan loes, stephen green,
dennis lesica, jp anderson, jamie duffy (RIP) and all the glitch mode/armalyte crew

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Cyanotic Chicago, Illinois

part band, part machine, the Chicago-based angry robot outfit Cyanotic, has been producing their own hybrid of angry robot music since forming in 2002. Striking balance between synthetic order and frenzied chaos, the band's 2017 release "Tech Noir" serves as a welcome updating of their loving homage to electronic music culture and classic cyberpunk tropes. North American Tour details coming soon. ... more

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