Experimental Music Aritsts?

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  1. Cookiedude777

    Cookiedude777 I'm Danny.

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    Hey there,
    Drop a few of your favourite or artist that you recommend who write experimental music.
    :cool::cool:
     
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    Daemoniac Rivethead Magnate. Contributor

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    Coil
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    Daemoniac Rivethead Magnate. Contributor

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    Also; noise warning for the above...

    EDIT: And the below...
     
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    Daemoniac Rivethead Magnate. Contributor

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    Some more;

    Current 93
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    Psychic TV
    Sol Invictus
    Thighpaulsandra
    Masonna
    Shinjuku thief
     
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    s5470Pro Banned

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    Guy Marchais Suffocation/Pyrexia has exp. thing you can find it through his facebook or whatever cant remember the name but it has 69 in it
     
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    BucketheadRules Fuzz pedal hoarder

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    Scott Walker, on his most recent album The Drift.



    Scott is an awesome singer, but on this album he seems to be experimenting with a new style of music that takes complete disregard for conventional harmony as a starting point.

    It's fucking weird, but I think I like it :lol:
     
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    Cabinet :O

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    Fantomas ;)
     
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    ry_z Ikebana Noise Club

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    JeffFromMtl Уродливый, но честны

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  10. ry_z

    ry_z Ikebana Noise Club

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    :agreed:

    Also +1 to Kayo Dot and Fantomas.

    Masonna too, but I'm weird like that. :lol:
     
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    All_¥our_Bass Deathly Chuuni

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    Some Buckethead stuff is pretty experimental (but awesome), check out the albums Inbred Mountain, Island of Lost Minds, Somewhere over the Slaughterhouse, Cuckoo Clocks of Hell.





     
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    brutalwizard Pretty Your Petunia

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    enjoying this now, thanks for the rec. John Cage deserves a mention in this thread.
     
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    Mr. Big Noodles Theory God

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    John Greaves, Peter Blegvad and Lisa Herman - Kew. Rhone. - Catalogue of Fifteen Objects & Their Titles
     
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    I guess it depends what you consider "experimental". I don't like pure-noise stuff so much; I prefer music with some semblance of rhythm. Possibly as a result of this, the experimental guys I like tend to be loopers. David Torn is my go-to guy for advanced looping: check out *What Means Solid, Traveller?* for his solo work, and *Prezens* for looping-with-a-band. Andre LaFosse has also done some really excellent looping work: his last album *Normalized* is basically a dance music record created with a guitar, a looper, and a little post-processing, but take a look on his "Echoplex Analysis Pages" website for samples of his experiments that led up to the record, some of which are considerably more abstract. [EDIT: http://www.altruistmusic.com/glitch.html]
     
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    watch this experiment with all sorts of crazy noises, voices and genre changes haha

     
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    Thats the best black metal ive ever heard! TROLOLOLLL
     
  20. ry_z

    ry_z Ikebana Noise Club

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    Yes, this. Drone/noise/shoegaze goodness.



    And, of course:



    This isn't the full track, but it's one of my favorites of theirs:
     

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