Difference between revisions of "Transhumanist music"

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* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Jtpf8N5IDE Queen - Who Wants To Live Forever]
 
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* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Bq1fyl6hS8 Beyond Boundaries (Outro) ft. Aubrey de Grey - Neon Future 1 - Steve Aoki]
 
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* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G6NHjYxYcCU Radical Life Extension] by [[Charlie Kam]]
 
== Sexuality ==
 
== Sexuality ==
 
* [[Sex robots#Media_examples|Sex robots]] - need we say more?
 
* [[Sex robots#Media_examples|Sex robots]] - need we say more?

Revision as of 21:32, 17 September 2018

Radical Life Extension by Charlie Kam

Explicitly transhumanist music is small area in itself. Typically lyrics with heavy futuristic references will be combined with a range of genres from rap to folk to pop to create often highly expository media.

Alexey Turchin was one of the first to compile a YouTube playlist of such music as a playlist for an event.

Areas such as are well established in their own right as are pop songs with themes of immortality and robotics, with others spanning a wide range of genres and transhumanist themes.

Longevity

Immortality is a popular theme.

Sexuality

Robotic and Cyborgs

AI and computer music

It could be argued the emergence of computer music represents a merger of the creative process between man and machine.

Electronic / Synth

When Daft Punk are not being internationally famous robot DJs, they are operating in a genre which already understands and frequently references transhumanism.

Similarly, cyberpunk themed arrangements and inspire a great many variants of electronica.

Biomedicine

Transhumanism

Futurism

References