The music of this ‘biggest hack’ is actually cold
If you’re wondering what kind of music DedSec’s hacker kids might be listening to, I guess that’s what we found on this “Crypto Music” channel. Whether you’re trying to break into a top-secret server, or just building a small PC to play retro games, these tracks create just the right atmosphere.
YouTube channel Chill Music Lab Says these easy-to-hear tunes are designed for “web productivity, maximum hacking, coding, programming, and learning.” The hack-inspired music mixes two genres I just discovered: Chillstep and Future Garage.
I’ve been listening to it for hours, and now I feel like I could write about crypto heists and corporate hacking all day long while my head bobs over the digital singing. One of my favorite things about this channel is the creator’s hacktivist manifesto in the description that extols the importance of online anonymity. It’s a complete vibe and I love it.
If you’re a fan of synthesizers that don’t make your head spin, or just want to hear something that sounds like Cyberpunk 2077 in the background, I recommend giving it a listen. If you want more PC Gamer-curated music, I can take you to The PC Gaming Show 2020 album featuring new releases from PC gaming classics, including Team Fortress and Max Payne.