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  • adjective Of or pertaining to the cybergoth subculture.

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Examples

  • Not to mention that some of his other collections include futuristic, cybergothic, odd-looking pieces that throw this entire collection into the trashcan.

    Weird Fashion Show By John Galliano

  • Libidinal Economy described capital as a "Frankensteinian surgeon of the cities", the cybergothic lab from which a modernist proletariat would grow, a constructivist proletariat whose heroism consisted in its capacity to machine a new inorganic body for itself, capable of not only enduring but enjoying the inhuman conditions of the factory; an amnesiac proletariat that, absolutely devoid of nostalgia for the earthy cyclicity of peasant life, enjoyed its anonymous pubs, concrete arcades, and synthetic foods.

    k-punk

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