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@Diego: Sorry, meant to say cyberpunk-associated fashion. Nowadays when a movement happens, art, music, and fashion can come with it (like vaporwave or PC Music has associated art and fashion as part of its respective waves).
Porter Robinson's Virtual Self album is closely associated with urban goth, which does kind of reflect what a lot of Mixers might embrace. Anonymity with face masks, blending in, models posing with bats indicating a violent life.
Just like if there was a book written in 1830 that described a culture a culture like that of the American 1980's (emerging personal computing devices and networks, fear of weapons mass destruction, cold war like environment, capitalist vs communist rhetoric, big hair, spandex, punk, music videos) and called it "Poppunk", the people living in America in the 1980s wouldn't be like, "Man. We are so Poppunk!"
After all, the real 80s and the author's depiction would not be identical, just like the Sindome world is not a perfect match for any pre-2000s cyberpunk work. At most they would give a nod at how prescient the author was then move on with living life.