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Tracks of 2020 Series: Experimental & Electronic – A Playlist by Indie30 on Spotify
Tracks of 2020 Series: Experimental & Electronic – A Playlist by Indie30 on Spotify

Every track featured and removed from Indie30’s New Experimental & Electronic Playlist on Spotify during 2020 ends up here in its own edition of the Tracks of 2020 Series. Follow and enjoy – regularly added to. 

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New Experimental & Electronic – An Indie30 Playlist on Spotify
New Experimental & Electronic – An Indie30 Playlist on Spotify

Combining the newest releases from a range of experimental genres including ambient, drone, soundtrack, field recordings, modern composition with what’s new in breakbeat, dubstep, electro, drum and bass, garage and bass music.  Access its all here. Regularly updated. Replaced...

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Three Tracks From Chapter Music’s Fascinating Midnight Meditations Compilation
Three Tracks From Chapter Music’s Fascinating Midnight Meditations Compilation

Long standing Melbourne label Chapter Music has put out Midnight Meditations, an ambient and downbeat collection of previously unreleased tracks from Australian artists that spans almost four decades. Appropriately self described by the label as ‘designed to help listeners...

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AB UNO In Command With Regressive Repetition
AB UNO In Command With Regressive Repetition

A couple of months back Berlin via Rome experimental duo Eugenio Acrartep and Roberto di Ciaccio aka AB UNO released their commanding and cerebral EP Regressive Repetition. Their first release since a prolific 2017, it contains four diverse offerings...

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The Mournful Splendour of Whettman Chelmets
The Mournful Splendour of Whettman Chelmets

The Rain, The Pour is the impromptu and immense new three track EP by Joplin, Missouri experimental artist and multi-instrumentalist Whettman Chelmets. Beginning in early April as a session to unwind in response to the tense blur of being...

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Future Museums Exhibits the Gently Ebullient ‘Leaving The Vessel’
Future Museums Exhibits the Gently Ebullient ‘Leaving The Vessel’

Photo Credit: Ryan Rose Future Museums, the ambient, new age & kosmische musik influenced project belonging to Austin based producer, composer and multi-instrumentalist Neil Lord (Thousand Foot Whale Claw, Single Lash) has just unveiled the magnetically translucent all-synth affair...

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[Update] New Experimental & Electronic – An Independent Music Playlist by Indie30 on Spotify
[Update] New Experimental & Electronic – An Independent Music Playlist by Indie30 on Spotify

On its experimental side, this playlist features Ambient, Drone, Soundscape, Modern Composition, Free Improvisation and other forms of avant-garde and experimental music. On its electronic side it features the genres of Bass Music, Breakbeat, Drum and Bass, Dubstep, Electro,...

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23 Track Konstrukt Compilation To Support Rode Kruis Netherlands in Battle Against Coronavirus Pandemic
23 Track Konstrukt Compilation To Support Rode Kruis Netherlands in Battle Against Coronavirus Pandemic

Shoal who we just featured has also lent his considerable talents to This Is Not A Drill Vol 1, the 23 track strong new compilation by Amsterdam label Konstrukt in support of Rode Kruis The Netherlands in the fight...

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Shoal Releases Superb New Laogan EP
Shoal Releases Superb New Laogan EP

Laogan, the superb new EP from Amsterdam producer Kenny Kneefel aka Shoal surfaced last week through Prague label Harmony Rec. On it the Isotoop resident provides four enthralling cuts of deep and dub inspired techno kicking off with the...

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Kazuya Nagaya Shares Opener From Dream Interpretation
Kazuya Nagaya Shares Opener From Dream Interpretation

Tokyo multi-disciplinary artist, percussionist and ambient producer Kazuya Nagaya has shared the vividly reflective opener ‘Thanatos’, from his forthcoming album Dream Interpretation. Named after the mythological Greek god of death, albeit apparently of the painless type, it seems to...

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