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Discussion in 'General Music Discussion' started by Cookiedude777, Nov 4, 2011.
Drop a few of your favourite or artist that you recommend who write experimental music.
Nurse With Wound
Skinny Puppy (to a slightly lesser extent)
Also; noise warning for the above...
EDIT: And the below...
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
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
Also +1 to Kayo Dot and Fantomas.
Masonna too, but I'm weird like that.
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.
enjoying this now, thanks for the rec. John Cage deserves a mention in this thread.
Atrox - Unsummoned
John Greaves, Peter Blegvad and Lisa Herman - Kew. Rhone. - Catalogue of Fifteen Objects & Their Titles
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]
watch this experiment with all sorts of crazy noises, voices and genre changes haha
Thats the best black metal ive ever heard! TROLOLOLLL
Yes, this. Drone/noise/shoegaze goodness.
And, of course:
This isn't the full track, but it's one of my favorites of theirs: