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New Show Mr Robot

Was wondering your guyses thoughts on the show Mr Robot. So far I've been watched up to the latest episode. And without spoiling a lot its been a show that I've thoroughly enjoyed on multiple levels. Foremost is this gritty, stark reality of life that the show tries to portray. From the siblicide between Vera and his fuccboi brother, to the ballsy move of Angela to question an executive of Evil Corp that almost lands his balls in her mouth. The show is a deviation from regular television and it is very much entertaining for that. The escalation in the characters personal flaws is also very enjoyable. Case in point Tyrell fucking Wellick. He went from slightly appealing in his arrogant, dominative ways to pathetic and bitchmade. There are major flaws in the show of course, like how its even possible for Elliott to be hacking jails and data facilities. But not one show thus far has been 100% flaw proof. So whats your guys thoughts on the show?
1Vril
Portal


Really great follow up to their amazing Torus. I could see anything of these songs being used in Mr Robot 100%
2Downfall of Nur
Umbras de Barbagia


Good black metal, and that mask is up in contest with Nergals. Speaking of which whatever happened with them? They need to release some new shit amirite??
3Dauwd
Jupiter George


This ep reminds me of really smooth james bond - ish music. Its cool, relaxed and mellow like an evening in Italy.
4Ryo Fukui
Scenery


Ive heard this album one time so far and its really growing on me. It reminds me SO MUCH of Austin Peralta's music , and he was a truly amazing musician.
5Dave DK
Val Maira


This has some amazing moments, some stale ones but overall very enjoyable. I plan on using this as study music.
6bansheebeat
Lumine


This is definitely a good album, this artist makes great music. But I still feel like Spiral Power was better and has more staying power.
7Howls of Ebb
Vigils of the 3rd Eye


Havent found a rip for Marrow just yet so Im listening to this. Its very very refreshing. The eerie, deluded tone of the music goes so well with the vox. And the fucking riffs... sound like a rabid, evil wind slapping you across the face, filling up your lungs and smothering your soul until you fall down and give up.
8Ethereal Shroud
They Became the Falling Ash


I decided to check this out cuz the cover reminded me of Paysage d'Hiver. And while it was nothing like Paysage, it was still very enjoyable. The come ups were long winded but rewarding. And while I did enjoy the come ups, in a way each time I was hoping for a Darkspace-like blast of destructive black metal. Instead I got Summoning, which still, isn't bad.
9Anile
Perspective


Currently dling this. I know im going to enjoy this. Just from one song I could tell the artist put a lot more work into their music then most d&b of the similar genre. The melody was very intricate and layered and that's something I really enjoy. A subtle expansion of music that overall makes tracks more sophisticated.
10Miami Horror
All Possible Futures


This is a really great poppy album. Its uplifting and has some really enjoyable melodies. Some songs the levels of poppy glitzy BS go wayyyy to high. But other than that I really like the album.
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