Two years after dropping the classic score to the Masebrothers' Cyborg Deadly Machine, French producer Fixions has struck back with a merciless onslaught of Darksynth ripped straight from the deepest depths of hell. Requiem for the Serpents World is a brutal endaveour bearing the mark
One week ago, news of Daft Punk’s separation spread at lightspeed across the Internet, marking the end of a grand chapter in electronic music. Whereas the current music scene sees most artists withering into irrelevance beyond a three-year wait between releases, the sudden end of
Rejoice! For your aching wait will shortly come to an end. Whilst most of you will have your eyes riveted on the 2020 presidential race in the US, the indie filmmakers known as the Masebrothers will be premiering their latest crowdfunded movie online. Cyborg: Deadly
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The French cyberpunk wizard Fixions is back with “Sleepwatcher,” and absolute mind-melter of an album! A fantastic blend of cyberpunk and darksynth, this is not one you want to miss.
Mixing breakneck melodies and intricate atmospheres with intense percussion, “Sleepwatcher” sounds like a sledgehammer of synth
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