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Tag: experimental music
Classic Albums Revisited: Sigur Ros’ ( )
Looking back at the achingly pretentious, yet unquestionably brilliant album by the Icelandic experimenters.
Delia Derbyshire And Anthony Newley Get The Moogies Bloogies
An eccentric and ahead-of-its-time recording by two of the more interesting creative minds of the 1960s.
Lydia Lunch Is For Sale
The most important figure in the transgressive underground is selling the rights to everything that she has ever done.
It’s Hip to be Square-ish. The Residents Set Fire to Popular Music Over Seven Discs
Probing the wonders and frustrations of The Residents’ Cube-E Box extravaganza.
The Past Lives And Tomorrows Of Sloth Cult
Industrial gloom and bleak noise from the mysterious act known as Sloth Cult.
Dyin’ Dogs, Metal, Meat And Bone – The Residents Are Not Done Yet
The uber-experimentalists move on from the loss of their leader with a new, angry and aggressive reconstruction of the blues.
Shut Up And Bleed – The Collected Works Of Teenage Jesus And The Jerks
The no-wave punk pioneers that launched Lydia Lunch remembered.
The Glory Of The Portsmouth Sinfonia
The magnificent cacophany of ‘the world’s worst orchestra’ remembered.
The Sound And Scent Of Silence: Mute’s 4’33 Project
John Cage’s 4’33 is covered by a plethora of artists for a new box set.
The Origin Of The Residents: A Nickle If Your Dick’s This Big And Not Available
The lost, controversial and even more experimental than usual Residents recordings reissued reviewed.
I Hear A New World – Joe Meek’s Musical Inventions
The pioneering and experimental sounds of Joe Meek and the Blue Men revived.