Cyberpunk Meets ‘Slow TV’ in These Self-Generating Music Videos [Premiere]

Shodan artwork. Image courtesy of Crypt Thing Supercomputers, cyberpunk, and Norwegian television—all these and more inform electronic musician and artist Crypt Thing’s debut four-track EP Shodan, released today on South East London label squareglass. The EP is a concept album which, along with the complementary visuals, draws heavily from science fiction, especially the neo-noir cyberpunk strain. The music itself journeys through an electronic terrain full of uncanny unease, soothing tribal chimes, and sci-fi restlessness. “The four pieces revolve around a central theme of time and space in all their various forms,” Crypt Thing explains to The Creators Project. “To me that may mean the concept of silence within music, the distance between notes, the linear way one experiences sound, as well as the wider ideas of our own spatial and…


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