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Acid Test: Dungeon Synth, Bird Songs, Ambient, and More

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Bandcamp’s outer limits continue to be a rewarding place for psychedelia, experimental club music, noise, vaporwave, and the wholly uncategorizable. In this volume of Acid Test, we look at club music inspired by the classical music of Iran, a noise album that sounds like an Atari game, two nautically-themed adaptations of historical classics, and a beguiling record made almost entirely from bird calls.

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The Best Experimental Music on Bandcamp: July 2019


All kinds of experimental music can be found on Bandcamp: free jazz, avant-rock, dense noise, outer-limits electronics, deconstructed folk, abstract spoken word, and so much more. If an artist is trying something new with an established form or inventing a new one completely, there’s a good chance they’re doing it on Bandcamp. Each month, Marc Masters picks some of the best releases from across this wide, exploratory spectrum. July’s selection includes homemade robots, contemplative solo pieces for viola and cello, one-woman turntable deconstructions, and a magical four-way conversation in Tokyo. Continue reading