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Cyberoptics - "Empty Thrones"

If you're in the mood for music that delves into the darker realms of electronic soundscapes, Cyberoptics is an artist you need to check out. With a genre-bending style that combines elements of Gothic, Dark Wave, Chillwave, and even Witch House, Cyberoptics has been on the electronic music scene for over a decade, delivering moody and atmospheric tunes that transport listeners to otherworldly realms.

One of Cyberoptics' notable releases, "Empty Thrones," is part of a five-track collection that draws inspiration from PS1 dungeon crawler games like King's Field. The music from this release sets a dark and medieval tone, creating an immersive sonic experience reminiscent of exploring ancient castles and mysterious dungeons. The tracks evoke a sense of foreboding and intrigue, perfect for those who appreciate music that takes them on a journey to the unknown.

The brainchild of Alex Epps, a native of Memphis, Tennessee, the Cyberoptics project has continually evolved over the years. Epps has dedicated himself to perfecting his craft and channeling the vibes of sci-fi and fantasy through electronic audio. Beyond Cyberoptics, he has also explored other musical avenues with spin-off projects like Embryon and A X E L, demonstrating his versatility and dedication to the world of electronic music.

So, if you're craving music that's dark, moody, and chill, Cyberoptics' unique blend of electronic genres is well worth a listen. Dive into the enigmatic worlds he creates with his music, and let your imagination roam through the realms of sci-fi and fantasy that his soundscapes so masterfully conjure. Listen below now.


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