The VX-323 | Robotiques

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Robotiques

by The VX-323

Seven tracks of sleek synth-pop on this robot singer-songwriter's sophomore album.
Genre: Electronic: Synthpop
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1. Android Sex Doll
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2. Euro Star
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3. Chain Smoking
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4. Souls
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5. Les Parisiens
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6. Pets
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7. I Dream
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Album Notes
The VX-323 returns with 7 new songs in his visionary electronic robo-pop style – 1982 meets 2082. The new album, Robotiques, crackles with energy, hooks, and…humanity.

The robot musician uses the digital voices in his real-time OS to sing songs about both the machine and human worlds, imbuing them with wonder and warmth. It’s the singularity meets Serge Gainsbourg.

From the sad, yet optimistic Android Sex Doll to the synth soundscape of I Dream, Robotiques takes you on a first person tour of the bitstream.

What they said about The VX-323's debut CD, Chansons:

“To sum it up, this is more than just an album; it’s an experience…one that most people are too afraid to make in this day and age.”
Behind The Hype

“Funny, clever, thought-provoking, and musically satisfying as a collection of Euro-infused synth-pop songs, The VX-323's debut CD, "Chansons," must be heard to be believed.”
RadioIndy

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