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Cyberpunk music genre[edit]

Hm, listing the very first genre as "cyberpunk" is troublesome, as the cyberpunk article really deals with the literary genre, and is rather vague / open ended as to any official musical analogue. Maybe Digital Hardcore would be more appropriate? Judging by the tagging at Last.fm, and the fact that the digital hardcore article links to them as a notable digital hardcore artist, I think this would be more appropriate than cyberpunk. Also, stylistically, this artist is very, very similar to Rabbit Junk (at least in what I've heard of them), and Rabbit Junk is usually classified as being digital hardcore also (despite their attempts at calling it "hardclash", whatever that is). michaelb Talk to this user 20:51, 2 July 2008 (UTC)

Genre[edit]

Digital Hardcore, no? Along the Lines of Rabbit Junk. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 78.147.162.79 (talk) 09:14, 28 August 2008 (UTC)

Looks like we agree. I changed "cyberpunk" (which is not a music genre) to "digital hardcore" which is. Completely beside the point and non-encyclopedic, is it me or is "iPunk" the lamest thing evuh to call digital hardcore? (Yes, I know Wikipedia is not a message board, but I just had to say that...) michaelb Talk to this user 18:01, 2 December 2008 (UTC)