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void();

by Access To Arasaka

Sixteen new tracks of dark sonic futurism inspired by the history and future of system hacking. Perfectly dark, cinematic, complex, and hauntingly surreal.
Genre: Electronic: IDM
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1. Strtok()
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2. Kill_recorder=$c1
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3. Array[08191]
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4. Setvector
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5. Configsyn_seq
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6. &sin
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7. Termecho-echo
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8. Optlist
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9. Syslog_ident
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10. [overwrite_ctr]
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11. Inc(tumbler)
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12. N-m_pkthdrlen
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13. Switch(pcap_datalink)
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14. Bpf_u_int32
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15. Arpaineth
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16. Sysargv[1]
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
After the out-of-nowhere success of his debut CD ‘Oppidan‘ in 2009, the Rochester, NY producer Access To Arasaka returns a year later, stronger and more focused than ever, with a stunning new album on Tympanik Audio titled ‘void();‘.

Sixteen new tracks of dark sonic futurism inspired by the history and future of system hacking. From the phone phreaks to the console cowboys; dirty hippies using blue boxes at payphones 40 years ago, to the unborn children wandering cyberspace 40 years from now. An open invitation for the listener to imagine what a computer might attempt to comprehend when its system is under such an attack. Perfectly dark, cinematic, complex, and hauntingly surreal. This is what we have all been waiting for…


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