Back to the top

experimental

Electronic Symphonic Composer Chris Ianuzzi Collaborates With New York City Artists for Dystopian “Hello” Music Video

Electronic Symphonic Composer Chris Ianuzzi Collaborates With NYC Artists for Dystopian “Hello” Music Video “Hello” will be featured on Chris’s “Planetaria” album due for release June 15, 2020. Chris Ianuzzi‘s new music video for “Hello” is the result of a fresh collaboration with fellow New York-based creatives D. Carlton Bright (videographer) and Max Rosenthal (artist). The project was conceived and completed while...

Continue reading

Patrick Ames Takes You On A Musical Napa Valley Vineyard Tour In “Liveness in Quarantine” Livestream Series

Liveness in Quarantine. Recorded during the Covid-19 Pandemic, April 2020. LIVE in the Vineyard.  The wineries of Napa Valley and wine county are closed but the vineyards are alive during April’s Pandemic. Join @PatrickAmes for tours and new music for your sheltering in place. Bring your wine glass because it’s always Happy Hour in this...

Continue reading

Coronavirus: The Best New Songs and Albums For Self-Isolation

As COVID19 has streamlined a powerful assault on just about every Earthen industry, we are forced to stay at home and pause aspects of our lives, and the mounting stresses are real. Constants are more important than ever right now. Art is a constant. Music is a constant. These can be created in isolation and their rich emotions can be experienced in isolation. Music being released during these hazy, unseemly times is without a doubt defiant. 

#Bloomerangs “Moments and Fragments” Album Is A Passionate Journey Through Multi-Dimensional Jazz

#Bloomerangs “Moments and Fragments” Album Is A Passionate Journey Through Multi-Dimensional Jazz The Jazz Collective’s New Album Is Out March 27, 2020 via Instru Dash Mental Records Instru Dash Mental Records presents “Moments and Fragments” (order on Amazon here), the sophomore LP from music collective #Bloomerangs. The playlist features original music from its members, and...

Continue reading

The Revolution Will Not Be Streamed. Patrick Ames Pays Tribute To Gil Scott-Heron With New “BANG BANG BANG” Single, “Liveness” EP

The Revolution Will Not Be Streamed. Patrick Ames Pays Tribute To Gil Scott-Heron With New “BANG BANG BANG” Single, “Liveness” EP Californian Singer Songwriter Patrick Ames leans into his eccentric style, troubador wisdom and black humor on his best release to date, new 6-track EP Liveness. If you’re a fan of artists like Tom Waits, Leonard Cohen or...

Continue reading

REVIEW: “Window In” by Michael Vallera

By ELI JACE > Michael Vallera creates dark room drone. Window In is the new album from Chicago-based musician and photographer Michael Vallera. The entire album acts as a piece of scrambled drone surging through your speakers. It moves like space debris, hanging and sustaining. The field is wide.   Vallera has spent a career...

Continue reading

Thom Yorke Anima – Vinyl Review

In a musical landscape full of ethereal textures, the master delivers his most fully realized dream soundtrack yet. Part of Radiohead‘s brilliance was their blending of heavy-hitting grunge-birthed rock with dreamy ambient textures. The trajectory of the band over their 35-year career has been to gradually pull back on the hard rock and push up...

Continue reading

Independent Music Worldwide on Spotify. A Music Discovery Playlist.

#IndependentMusic Worldwide Spotify Playlist – The Best Underground Music on Spotify – June 2019

Are you in tune with the underground? The best #independentmusic worldwide can be found on our curated Spotify playlist. Independent, self-made music from across the globe. From experimental and ambient to pop, metal & hip hop, we’re more focused on passion and art than genre. Follow our Spotify playlist, share and play on Shuffle! Track...

Continue reading

Nirvana

Nirvana Is The Key

by MATT BACON > What if I told you the most influential rock band of the last thirty years was fronted by a guy whose favorite bands included Swans and Celtic Frost? What if I told you that this band, after their mainstream breakout release then proceeded to put out a surprisingly challenging experimental rock...

Continue reading

Day One Of Hellfest: The Survival Fires

Ah day one of Hellfest. The air smells of infinite possibility. Maybe we’ll get to sleep with a rock star this year. Maybe we can avoid the mud that plagued the festival all weekend (We definitely couldn’t) maybe we will get so earth shatteringly drunk that we won’t remember inevitably throwing up all over EVERYTHING....

Continue reading

12 Essential Electronic Music Artists For Rock Fans

Many music fans simply don’t know where to start with “electronic music”. With a daunting, ever-widening scope of sub-genres within sub-genres, it seems that plunging in would be similar to exploring the Universe; witnessing phenomena without end. For those not into the club, DJ, or rave scenes, or who typically enjoy soaking in the warm...

Continue reading

©2021 Independent Music Promotions