This Album Is So Exclusive That Listeners Must Hack Linux To Hear It

This Album Is So Exclusive That Listeners Must Hack Linux To Hear It

Experimental electronic band makes their music available only on Github.

Ross Brooks
  • 19 may 2014

Making a new album easy to access for the fans makes sense, but Netcat, a Seattle-based electronic band, decided to make things a bit more challenging. Their latest album, Cycles Per Instruction, was made available on Github, but only to those who were able to “hack” its contents. The task required knowledge of the Linux operating system, and true to the band’s unique style, seemed to be the perfect way for them to release their latest collection of music.

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