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Recommended Reading: The 'Blade Runner' effect on electronic music

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Billy Steele
October 7, 2017
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Do Androids Dream Of Electronic Beats?
Al Horner,
FACT

After months of teases, trailers and short films, Blade Runner 2049 is now in theaters. FACT takes a look at the original film's impact on music, including comments from electronic music legend Gary Numan on how he was influenced. There's also a 12-minute documentary to accompany the written portion, and it's well worth your time.

Amazon's Big Content Shift Includes More Kids' Shows About Science -- and Science Fiction
Pilot Viruet, The Verge

It's no secret that Amazon wants to step up its game when it comes to original TV, and a new focus on STEM and sci-fi for kids is a big part of the that push.

Will YouTube, Facebook, or Apple Be the Next Great TV Network?
David Sims, The Atlantic

It's strange to think about Netflix, Hulu and Amazon being "old guard" when it comes to streaming, but three other big names have plans to take a piece of the online TV pie.

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