There’s a New Aphex Twin Album on the Way, As Advertised on the Deep Web
Over the weekend, Aphex Twin’s logo appeared above London on a blimp. New York City was next, only with graffiti instead of an aerial demonstration. And at last, the world was ready for an Aphex Twin tweet that would take them, through Tor, the preferred browser for frequenters of the #deepweb, to a website containing information about SYRO, the first Aphex Twin album since 2001’s Drukqs. Anyway, the tracklist is on Wiki now.
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