"The sky above the port was the color of television, tuned to a dead channel." - William Gibson, Neuromancer
20xx Chiba City, Japan. Relentless rain splashing off the neon lights and skyscrapers. Somewhere amongst the crowd of hackers, street samurai and lost souls, in a dingy basement bar the sound of the underground neon future can be heard.
This is Chiba City Blues. Mykah's tribute to all things cyberpunk. Both retro and futuristic in equal measure.
Chiptune meets electronic dance music, the future is now.
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God, what a great chiptunes album. Hack the Mainframe has a great combination of catchiness with the undernote of sadness. "Infinity" is great at threading the needle chiptunes does at it's best; creating music that is somehow catchy, has a sense of emotional tone, and has a sense of progression at the same time, while still working in "beeps'n'boops." Kate
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Syd continues to innovate heavily on the ST on the sound design front, yet the slightly more laid-back vibe of this album and the presence of more vocal/sample work shows that there's yet more stylistic ground to cover. Still the go-to artist for introducing to people what a "chiptune banger" actually is. bryface international music concern