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.

SONG
2.0_1-s4ve-the-w0rld.act
1
2:28
 
2.0_2-FuxSocy.sln
2
2:31
 
2.0_3-j0urnaling.ivs
3
1:58
 
2.0_4-control-1s-an-illusion.amr
4
2:14
 
2.0_5-infiniteloop0finsanity.vox
5
3:38
 
2.0_6-madame3xecutioner.oga
6
4:08
 
2.0_7-jester-actual.dss
7
2:52
 
2.0_8-confid3nce.dct
8
2:24
 
2.0_9-unexpectedpresents.m4b
9
2:44
 
2.0_10-masktakesover.sln
10
3:57
 
2.0_11-music-b0x.mmf
11
1:08
 
2.1_1-prisoner-of-paranoia.ivs
12
2:19
 
2.2_1-hidinginplainsight.awb
13
2:59
 
2.2_2-annihil4tion.dct
14
2:29
 
2.2_3-existence.opus
15
3:35
 
2.2_4-mightbe0wned.tta
16
2:34
 
2.2_5-divinity.iklax
17
5:13
 
2.3_1-steel-v4lley.webm
18
2:28
 
2.3_2-di3with4nswers.dvf
19
2:40
 
2.3_3-fuckgutinstinct.act
20
1:34
 
2.3_4-midland-city.oga
21
4:02
 
2.3_5-pun1shm3nt.ape
22
1:54
 
2.4_1-heartworm.3gp
23
2:41
 
2.4_2-m4ster-s1ave.msv
24
1:27
 

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