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xenharmonicgod

  1. Indianapolis, Indiana
  2. Experimental
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  1. 2227
    by Brendan Byrnes
    Sensi Cathedrals Sensi Cathedrals
    Everything sounds organic, natural, perfectly orchestrated, and thrillingly xenharmonic. I'll be listening to this over and over to hear new colors and tastes.
  2. Paul Dolden: Who Has the Biggest Sound?
    by Starkland
    An absolute masterpiece bursting at the seams with compelling detail, rich textures, and real, raw emotional power. It's hard to believe that intense music-makers such as Paul Dolden (insanely ahead of their time) truly exist. Your musical diet is woefully incomplete if you haven't listened to this album. Staggering sonic achievement
  3. STAFFcirc vol. 7b - Luna Octava
    by STAFFcirc
  4. Reunión en la granja
    by Giménez López / Bass / Suarez / Scampino
  5. Bitter Suite
    by TEAR (Reuter and Wingfield)
  6. Double Live
    by clipping. With Christopher Fleeger
    This album's ability to float through different acousmatic textures as well as hip hop is unique, rare, and emotionally rich. We get the disembodied feeling, but the group manages to weave normally disparate influences together into something that feels homogenous when it shouldn't. We still pick up themes that drive the songs even when they are really quite abstract. It terms of overall aesthetic it sometimes reminds me of Jon Bap, but I don't think I've heard much else like it.
  7. live && streaming
    by Henrique Vaz
    A multifaceted, hyper-rich soundscape of maximalist interest that continuously catapults through various textures and unwinding, gradually and constantly transforming but never cadencing
  8. SINECRAFTER'S EMPORIUM XCHANGE YELLOWPAGES TOME, OR A DIRECTORY SITE and FREE-ROAMING ONLINE GAMER SANCTUARY FOR RECREATING IN ETERNITY, NEW DIGITAL SOUNDS circle (Volume 3)
    by SINECRAFTER’S EMPORIUM XCHANGE YELLOWPAGES TOME, OR A DIRECTORY SITE AND FREE-ROAMING ONLINE GAMER S
    Great album with lots of cool chiptunes. The nicetone track slaps so hard that I think I short circuited
  9. Concrete Beach
    by Karate, Guns & Tanning
  10. Nowherer
    by Victory Over the Sun
    Dynamic, intelligible, microtonal, sludgy wonderful goodness that will absolutely wake me up in the morning
  11. DECONSTRUCCION
    by Brian Vasquez
  12. The Universe Is Inside My Body
    by Shmu
  13. Koko - S/T
    by Koko
  14. 2019
    by Erica Eso
  15. Mimicry Ring
    by Guttersnipe
  16. Drum 'n' Space
    by Elaine Walker / ZIA
  17. Ignoring Years of Hindsight
    by Stephen Weigel
  18. Billions of Cicadas
    by BlipVert
    Zammo-Plan Phone (With Evens) Zammo-Plan Phone (With Evens)
    The first track alone is more exciting than like 99% of the music I've heard. It's like a more coherent dying & deceased - love it
  19. An Erstwisle Alphabestiary: Book One
    by Nick Prol & the Proletarians
    Jelonomi Jelonomi
    A satisfying blend of quirkiness and strangeness that keeps me hooked and following along! Really appreciate the work put into this amazing album. I enjoy the thick bass lines, sick riffs, disembodied vocals, and spacey guitar licks. It’s hard to choose a favorite track.
  20. All Our Dust
    by Matt Pollock
    The Upward Spiral The Upward Spiral
    Such lovely guitar playing, that makes 11-limit otonality fresh and wonderful again. Really enjoy how microtonality is used. Subtle, relaxing, and delicious.