POLYGUN

by Jake Butineau

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SamEllens
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SamEllens Great album to work to. 20XX has a strong 'Stranger Things' intro vibe. The whole album has a very 80s electronic synth feel that I love. Recommended! Favorite track: 20XX.
Felix Arifin
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Felix Arifin This man will be Toronto's pre-eminent synth god one of these days. Incredibly textured, slick, and heart-thumping music. Favorite track: 20XX.
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POLYGUN
The Soundtrack to the Future We Never Saw

The year is 20XX; the world is a facade - a two-faced abomination.
Man & Machine exist side-by-side in a physical Utopia, while their fate is written in cyberspace; the mainframe that connects every entity, The Network.

Wars, Trafficking, Justice, Theft, Murder - every action decided in a nanosecond. Identities are stolen every 3 seconds as the masses live their 'perfect' lives.

Criminals remain virtually undetectable by exploiting the global system that strives for complete control. Privacy is a thing of the past.

Yet - tonight - the rules will be unwritten... and blood will be spilled...

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POLYGUN is an EP written as the soundtrack for a movie that doesn't exist - full of musical themes, driving rhythms & 80s cheese. Follow an instrumental story of lovestruck cyborgs in the age of cybercrime with Jake Butineau's action-packed debut album POLYGUN.

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released July 2, 2016

Music by Jake Butineau.
Art by Sarah El Sherbini.
Mastered by Phil Gonzo.

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Jake Butineau Toronto, Ontario

Media composer & independent artist with a fetish for nostalgia & cyborgs.

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