i broke my robot | tomorrow does not exist

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tomorrow does not exist

by i broke my robot

After you walk into the lower levels of the castle, and enter the torture chamber, you find yourself listening to the screams of pain and the devices at work.
Genre: Electronic: Breakcore
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1. I'll Be Alone
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2. Take Alphacalm As Directed
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3. The Afternoon We Tried Suicide
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4. Alt_i
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5. Rebuild(d8t)
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6. Not So Fast, You're Hurting Me
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7. Fear, Love and the Endless Suffering
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8. Evio_latt
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9. Linear Precise
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10. The Further Away
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11. Tomorrow Does Not Exsist
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12. Why Did You Have to Make It Hurt?
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Album Notes
i broke my robot is a face-eating, virus-filled computer music explosion. With one foot in punk and one foot in the grave, i broke my robot sends flashes of glitch-infested computertrons into the ears of unknowing victims. Residing in Virginia, this electronic musician drops the southern hospitality and advances with a full-frontal atomic breakcore assault on speakers and headphones everywhere. Don’t look under your bed, don’t tell your little ones, and don’t try to hide, the breakcore will find you. Once found, you become contaminated with nose, throat, and eye ingesting bacteria that makes you feel numb and lifeless all over your body.


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listen closely
if you listen very closely, around 1:00 of the first track, you can hear the exact moment when the robot breaks

awesome stuff, as is a lot of the broken fader stuff


spastic, clarity
as a longtime producer of ostensibly unpredictable & dynamic IDM & breakcore, I must say that my taste for work in that realm is increasingly uptight and demanding.

that said, this disc doesn't let down for a single second.


excellent stuff
Even if you are a fan of experimental electronica, chances are you've never heard of this guy. Well, you've been missing out! The quality of this material is on par with the best artists out there. In the vein of Sublight or Hymen Records, these are some of the best glitchy breaks and ambient soundscapes out there. Dynamic and beautiful, very much along the lines of Datach'i, Beefcake, or Photophob.


Quirky, dark, and weird fun. Best track name: The Afternoon We Tried Suicide.