If I go for "guitar driven", I usually go for KMFDM, m'self.I'm shocked no one has mentioned Machinae Supremacy!
If I go for "guitar driven", I usually go for KMFDM, m'self.
If you're name-dropping Experience and Music for the Jilted Generation, yes: you are, in fact, getting old. ;D
As it is, a lot of kids in clubland today consider Fat of the Land "old school." Some of the kids nowadays are listening to Electro (whose influences should be immediately apparent to ya):
Old. Yep. When I hit forty, I decided that I'd keep my dignity and stop clubbing. The 'kids' of today, well, to be old and wise, one must first be young and stupid...
Bring on the old skool!
...HAH! Wonder where that leaves me, then... ;DOld. Yep. When I hit forty, I decided that I'd keep my dignity and stop clubbing.
CDPR should take note of the music posted in these forums.
That's not a bad idea. An option in one of the setup menus that allows you to either use the default soundtrack, build a custom soundtrack from available tracks, or import an existing .mp3 (or whichever format) soundtrack that's on the local machine.Some games offer choice for their graphics style in their main menu (like "lively/dark", "sepia", "old movies grain"). I wonder if it was possible for CDProject to make such choice for music/OST. So by default the game uses modern soundtrack, appealing to the modern crowds, but there is a switch in the game's options that changes the score to 80s Cyberpunk style or sth...
Hm. You familiar with the subgenre Rhythmic Noise?Another one to add to the list, as I just picked up this album "I Am The Night" off of bandcamp from Perturbator: http://perturbator.bandcamp.com/album/i-am-the-night