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In a lot of ways, this album plays more as a soundtrack, a compilation of various bands if you will, because despite its fluidness, it can sound like a different band depending upon what track you’re on.
A sparkling example of this is the song “Electrophonic”, which we find at the halfway point on this album, which has a very new wave/Beverly Hills Cop type sound. Quite different from the electronic/ambient music we had heard just a few tracks prior.
What one must look for when listening to this music though is the culture in which it is connected to, thus that will explain everything. We live in a society where having free wi-fi is not so much a privilege anymore but it seen more as an afterthought.
As a computer programmer myself, I find this music to be outstanding to write code to and thus I have determined that it is in somehow a reflection of the prevalence of technology in society today. Spin that into what clever genre name you should see fit.