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Katie Gately

American experimental digital musician Katie Gately utilizes various computer programs to be able to mutate and reshape her voice into thick, chaotic, unsettling sound constructions. Her unstable compositions waver between abrasive commercial collages and playful, abstract dance-pop music, exhibiting an absurdist love of life and an hearing for tempo and …

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John Bender

Perhaps one of the most shadowy, mysterious statistics from the early-’80s experimental music underground, John Bender released 3 LPs and many cassettes of cool, sparse, abstract synth pop music that afterwards became the ultimate goal for aficionados of “minimal synth” or “minimal influx” music. Blessed in 1950 in Nuremberg, Germany, …

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Hiss Tracts

A collaboration between Godspeed You! Dark Emperor’s David Bryant and Developing member and Total Existence mastermind Kevin Doria, Hiss Tracts discovers the set teaming up to produce experimental soundscapes. In the beginning conference in 2004, the set collaborated on numerous tasks before finally cementing Hiss Tracts in 2008. Coming in …

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Chris Forsyth & the Solar Motel Band

Chris Forsyth & the Solar Motel Music group initially came together being a studio room project because of its guitarist/leader’s Solar Motel album, that was released in Oct of 2013 by Heaven of Bachelors. The recording — a four-part collection that tracked the guitar’s developmental surfaces in rock and roll …

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So Hideous

A brooding and inventive experimental rock and roll outfit from NEW YORK, Thus Hideous’ evocative orchestral post-metal/dark steel has drawn evaluations to similarly genre-bending groupings like Deafheaven, Godspeed You! Dark Emperor, Envy, and Liturgy. Founded in 2008 by guitarist Brandon Cruz, who cites affects like Arvo Pärt and Ennio Morricone, …

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Brett Naucke

Generally using modular synthesizers, experimental musician Brett Naucke creates abstract soundscapes inspired simply by lucid dreaming. His recordings range between minimal drones to thick, chaotic pieces, occasionally lapsing into pulsating rhythms. A fixture from the Chicago underground music picture since shifting there to complete college through the 2000s, Naucke provides …

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Good Willsmith

Great Willsmith are an experimental trio from Chicago comprising Doug Kaplan, Maxwell Allison, and Natalie Chami. Their free-flowing, improvised music utilizes guitars, consumer electronics, looping gadgets, and vocals, making a playful, occasionally intense wall structure of audio that attracts from ambient, sound, psychedelia, and many various other affects. The trio …

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clipping.

Experimental hip-hop/noise cross types clipping. was produced by companies Jonathan Snipes (Captain Ahab) and William Hutson (Rale) in ’09 2009. The task initially been around as some remixes where in fact the duo place the vocals from preexisting a cappella variations of commercially effective hip-hop monitors over their brand-new beats …

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SØS Gunver Ryberg

Originally operating around the fringes from the experimental music world, SØS Gunver Ryberg developed her craft through sound installations, art projects, and theater works. The Danish-born designer grew up thinking about sound design however found her method in to the theatrical globe with stints as an celebrity and stuntwoman. Ryberg’s …

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Thumbscrew

A guitar-bass-drums trio for the avant advantage of creative jazz, Thumbscrew is a genuine collaborative device, featuring veteran bassist Michael Formanek and two music artists who’ve been building considerable waves for the Brooklyn picture during the fresh millennium, guitarist Mary Halvorson and drummer Tomas Fujiwara. ECM documenting artist Formanek gets …

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