Indescribable and amazing world music offering a hybrid of east asian traditional music with american blues structures.
The most improbable collaboration between the king of noise rock and pleasant hip 8bit-ers.
Amazing post-electroclash electro remix by Gold Chains.
Quite loud and distorted Japanese seventies psych rock with a casual harshness.
Acoustic-like psych drones.
Most epic cinematic opera things for 70’s psychedelia.
Nice delicate glitch that sounds a bit like the old experiemental Gooom label stuff.
Mutant noisy, dancy and very angry weirdness hailing from early 2000’s Montreal.
Slick post-punk British road-trip music.
Retrofuturism library music contextualisation.
Art electronic psychedelia.
Psych drones of trepidation and dread.
A post-punk British gal’s last plea.
Beautiful, fleeting music for early mornings.
Crossing the line between harsh acoustic noise, drone and psychedelia.
A musical hommage to long distance autobahn driving.
70’s high end department store live elevator music.
Leftfield electro-house with tons of sounds and flanger effects.
Mutant marching band with deadpan melodies and singing.
Retro-futurist first class Orly airport disco.
1980s European modernist orchestre de chambre.
Cute-yet-harsh hard bubblegum electronics straight from 1990’s Japan.
French industrial influenced electro-punk done right.
Soft post-world ambient psych exotica.
The lo-fi minimalist techno anthem of 2006.
Mutated RnB classics.
Nice jazzy post-punk funk stuff from early 1980’s Britain.
Leftfield and cinematic moog-like psych.
Cold art sensibilities meets italo-disco.
Spacy neo-disco with house foundations.
Elegant 8-bit punktronics.
The contemporary indie take on circa 1991 shoegazing.
Acapella hymns by psychedelic-folk Christian hippie commune from 1960’s New York.
Noisy free-jazz improvisation.
Very deep faux-lounge (edit by Cosmo Vitelli).
Apocalyptic string drones with spoken word.
Outsider jungle tropic soft psych-electronic leftfieldism.
Primal gothic dancing percussions.
Late 1970’s NY art kids making guitars relevant after punk.
Slow, slightly glitchy melancholic electronica with sampled sadness.
Via Maine – stunning barebones and earnest folk acoustic.
Just like some rapidfire 80’s hiNRG cartoon show intro in breakbeat form.
Soft industrial synths tempered by dark balearic beats.
Slow mutant submarine/abyss-like slow steampunk soundscape.
Leftfield soft psych take on samba exotica.
E.B.M. meets industrial meets world music.
Hysteric drones that seem taken out of a scary movie. Pure, slow angst.
Avant-Avant - Circa 2008, London