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New Music & Tracks of 2020 Series Playlists Continue As Normal
New Music & Tracks of 2020 Series Playlists Continue As Normal

While I might be taking a break from blogging and putting Indie30.com on hiatus as it gets a much needed upgrade ready for a return in 2021, the New Music Playlists & the accompanying Tracks of 2020 Series I curate...

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Readers Note – Indie30 on Hiatus & Returns Early 2021, New Music Playlists Continue
Readers Note – Indie30 on Hiatus & Returns Early 2021, New Music Playlists Continue

Regular and casual visitors to Indie30 may have noticed the current technical issues impairing functions and appearance of the site, especially since July. This is due to the need for a long overdue upgrade to the  functional elements ....

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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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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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Tracks of 2019 Series: Experimental & Electronic – An End of Year Independent Music Playlist by Indie30 on Spotify
Tracks of 2019 Series: Experimental & Electronic – An End of Year Independent Music Playlist by Indie30 on Spotify

A great deal of thought goes into our playlists generally and this playlist, our New Experimental & Electronic Independent Music Playlist on Spotify, due to its essence and artistic nature definitely provoked and demanded the most attention of all...

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Record Review: Rrose (USA) – Hymn To Moisture
Record Review: Rrose (USA) – Hymn To Moisture

After almost a decade and across 19 explorative EP’s and 3 collaborative albums focused on composition, American experimental electronic producer Seth Horvitz aka Rrose have consistently pushed, poked and prodded at techno’s boundary questioning its self imposed limits and...

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