24 Songs, 1 Hour 5 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mac Quayle’s hypnotic score to Mr. Robot is a gift that keeps on giving. Echoing the show’s trippy twists and turns, this music relies on dark synths and sparse, transparent rhythms (“2.0_2-FuxSocy.sln”) for a sense of glitchy dread. Often, however, it’s the music’s more ambient moments that distill the cleanest moments of tension, such as the airy piano/synth exercise “2.0_6-madame3xecutioner.oga” and “2.0_3-j0urnaling.ivs,” which combines chimneys of breezy overtones with ominous drones and unsettling percussive interjections.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mac Quayle’s hypnotic score to Mr. Robot is a gift that keeps on giving. Echoing the show’s trippy twists and turns, this music relies on dark synths and sparse, transparent rhythms (“2.0_2-FuxSocy.sln”) for a sense of glitchy dread. Often, however, it’s the music’s more ambient moments that distill the cleanest moments of tension, such as the airy piano/synth exercise “2.0_6-madame3xecutioner.oga” and “2.0_3-j0urnaling.ivs,” which combines chimneys of breezy overtones with ominous drones and unsettling percussive interjections.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

Ninjanick65 ,

Finally!!

I've been waiting for this after Season 2 ended!

Beepboopbopi ,

Missing many songs from season 2

Missing the bits:

When Elliot rides in welleck's wife and he asks "is this the future I was fighting for..?"

When he agrees to face mr robot in chess while he's in his bed (jail) "what'll happen if I lose"

And the ambient tone from when Angela takes the test after she was abducted and talks to white rose.

Anybody know when these will be put out?

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