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October 21, 2014 at 9:59 AM

Android Amaker debut album out now

The Singularity is here. The moment in which technology and humanity finally merge and form new life is upon us — at least a vision of that future, provided courtesy of Brent Amaker and his Android Amaker concept project. The debut album, “Android Amaker,” drops today and you can listen to it for free at Soundcloud or Bandcamp, or buy it on iTunes.

Combining an album of absolutely wild electronic music featuring Vox Mod and photos and fashion by Frank Correa, the project also draws on other local talents to create a fully-formed universe, an alternate reality of what our world might be just a few short years in the future.

Check out the new music vide for “Transported,” written and directed by Ten Hundred, above. Android Amaker will play a one-time show at Neumos on Nov. 7 where Amaker and his cohorts will present their full vision.

-Owen R. Smith, on Twitter @inanedetails 

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