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Posts Tagged ‘Experimental’

Emerald Suspension – each track on offer is identified by its own singular and distinguished sound

Minneapolis collective Emerald Suspension is the experimental art collective that combined stock market and economic data to make experimental music on their album, “Playing the Market”.  Their creative spirit now takes o...


Rawzilk: “It” – a slow otherworldly tonal blanket!

If you have heard last year’s single “Dolls”, you at least have an idea what to expect with Rawzilk. He produces music filled with colorful and eerie synth washes, hip-hop flavored beats, and downright ethereal vocals. Ra...



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Timeless Void: “Voidland 2 (Life and Death in America)” – will blow your mind if listened to properly

One thing you cannot say about Ontario’s alternative rock band, Timeless Void, is that they are not generous. On their previously critically acclaimed album, entitled “Voidland”, Alex Hilson (Flute, Guitar, Bass & Vo...



Muzik Genesis: “Retrospection” – It is rare that an artist steps this far and this aggressively into such diversity

Muzik Genesis is the musical alter-ego for Pablo Orozco-Castro. Muzik Genesis recently released its 13-track album entitled, “Retrospection”. Influenced by such diverse artists as Frank Zappa, Serart, Tom Morello, Serj Tank...


Red Martian: “Ghost Into The Fog” – evokes pensive thoughts and draws out dormant emotions!

On the fringes of music you can find some really spectacular things. It’s a journey that’s often worth taking- trying to scope out artists doing something unique and passionate in the face of everything corporate an...



Amorph: “Dreiundzwanzig” – is the epitome of the post-rock sound done right

Founded in 2005, Amorph, the five -piece Swiss band are trying to break conventional musical structures, leaning towards amorphous tendencies. They are predominantly a post-rock band, moving through a wide range of styles and g...


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Nyentek – Okay, So Let’s Say…at times blissfully bizarre

A self-proclaimed firm supporter of DIY music, New York-based artist Mislav Forrester and his project Nyentek have contributed a huge number of recordings to the experimental music space, including his most recent effort, Okay,...


Rasplyn: “Scenes Through the Magic Eye” raptures and transfixes your senses

Released on Mythical Records on November 30th, 2014. Carolyn O’Neill is a Chicago native who grew up playing the clarinet and organ. After playing in her high school orchestra for four years she went on to receive her degree ...