Chicago-based electronic artist royb0t has just landed a new full-length LP, “Void Guide”. The album follows the IDM-inspired “Black Burst Generator” LP from 2020. Void Glide is available on all major digital platforms including Bandcamp now.
Behind royb0t we find Nick Liberatore who drew inspiration for his current sound by fusing his roots in the Chicago underground breakcore scene with the influence of his many late nights spent on the dancefloor at the now shuttered goth/industrial club Neo. Influences also include Gesaffelstein, The Prodigy, Nine Inch Nails, and Meat Beat Manifesto.
Here is the full album to check out.
A video for “Cradle To The Rave” was also made available.
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