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Silicon’s new album, Personal Computer, is a commentary on our tech-addicted contemporary surroundings, as demonstrated by the singles “God Emoji,” “Burning Sugar,” and “Cellphone.” But while the New Zealander’s album could be a dark, alienating
Silicon’s Personal Computer is shaping up as savvy commentary on our technology-saturated modern state. Our isolated online existence is a subject everybody and their dog with a blog has taken a crack at, but “God
Silicon is the self-described “pop-aspersion” project of Hawaiian-New Zealander Kody Nielson, the brother of Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s Ruban Nielson. The video for “Burning Sugar” from Silicon’s upcoming Personal Computer caters to the internet’s revitalized idea
Silicon is the New Zealand zigzag-pop project of Kody Nielson, who calls Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s Ruban Nielson his brother among other qualifications. The multi-instrumentalist has delivered a tropical, alien video to accompany his feathery-funk groove
New Zealand’s Silicon is the new self-described “pop aspersion” project from multi-instrumentalist Kody Nielson. If the debut single, “God Emoji,” is any indication, pop aspersion means super-funky synth grooves layered sweeter than a wedding cake.