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Stream Silicon Personal Computer

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
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Silicon – “Cellphone”

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
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Silicon – “God Emoji” Video

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
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Silicon – “God Emoji”

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.