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Eager To Burst His Own Bubble, A Techie Made Apps To Randomize His Life

Suddenly aware of repetitive feedback loops in his life, Max Hawkins created apps that decided where he should go, what strangers' parties he should attend, even how he should spend Christmas.

Aurora Nigel Stanford
Entropy
Wasp Nest The National
Chinese Radio Puff Dragon
Cryface Pogo
Take Wing The Polish Ambassador
Moon Mobius The Polish Ambassador
Getting There Cyril Hahn
Khashoggi's Ship Queen
Under Pressure - Instrumental Queen

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Eager To Burst His Own Bubble, A Techie Made Apps To Randomize His Life

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Wild Blue Yonder Carl Matthews and Joe Bevan
Beebs The Flashbulb
The Thaumaturge Ian Boddy
Lazarus David Bowie
Spooky Couch Albert Hammond Jr.
Sleepwalkers Omer Klein
Underground - Instrumental David Bowie
Jay Dee 46
Gobstopper J Dilla
Passionfruit Drake
Time Is The Enemy
Wider Than Sky
Whole Heart Gryffin, Bipolar Sunshine