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.
Slow found sounds with delicate instruments.
Long white noise drones that have been slowed down.
Loud dead silence in drone format.
What the post-punks have been up to.
Rapid and loud vibrating drones.
Musique concrete made from the everyday.
Luminous bursts of acoustic ambient elements.
Mecanical leftfield disco dance.
Low fidelity electronic spy movie music from the Soviet era.
Magnificent slow classical drones produced by the Nurse with Wound remix of this Sunn O))) track.
Angsty eighties minimal electronic french cafe culture midnight song.
Dark psych guitar drones.
Low-key moody electro rap.
Apocalyptic random sound radio waves.
Long, dense, psychedelic synth arpeggios.
Bollywood early electronica.
Beautifully delicate ambient haunting psych-synths for eerie, early, sunny mornings.
Awesome colder-than-thou minimal electronic/colwave fetish track.
That pleasant early-90’s pop music revisited in a lo-fi format.
The late-night strumming indie rock tune.
The lo-fi melodies on 8-bit on bad analog recording and lovely keyboard.
New old-school garage rock ballad.
Remembering 1999, the year sad indie-pop broke.
Psychedelic drones for flying over mountains.
Distorded/happy cold electro.
19 minutes of psych/noise/loud guitars.
Beautiful soft, loud, and ambient drones for restless night-flights.
New York post-punk dada queens making sounds and music by any means, and instruments, possible.
Dancy disco edits.
Avant-Avant - Circa 2008, London