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Experimental Music Blogs

experimental music blogs

Here are some experimental music blogs. If you know of any others we should add to the list please contact us so we can add it!

A Closer Listen

A Closer Listen was founded on the principles of kindness, communication, and partnership. It is a home for instrumental and experimental music.

Anti-Gravity Bunny




Ambient Music Guide

Ambient Music Guide started life in 1992 as a reference book manuscript.In 2001 it became a website, in retrospect one of my better life choices.The site remains non-commercial and fully independent - it aims has always been to educate and turn people on to good music.

A Strangely Isolated Place

A Strangely Isolated Place (ASIP) is a music blog, community and record label. Created in 2008, the name wasn’t picked on the brilliance of Ulrich Schnauss’ album alone, but also because of the belief that everyone is inspired by their own strangely isolated place.

Attn Magazine



ATTN:Magazine is an exploration of new experimental music and sound art, founded on a love for the failures and contradictions in articulating the experience of listening.






More than a musical brand of electronic music, a personal project. Pablo Bolivar’s and Aphro Sainz’s “spoilt kid”, both, members of Pulshar. This is their platform presentation with which they wish to let their passion for music take off from here.

Emporium Room40



ROOM40 is a label and multi-arts organisation based in Brisbane, Australia.Since 2000, ROOM40 has published hundreds of editions and multiples in the fields of electronics, improvisation, experimental-pop and sound-art.








Fluid Radio brings you the best in experimental frequencies allowing listeners, artists, producers and promoters to be completely involved in the growth and direction of the station.




Hypnagogue Reviews are just one listener’s opinion. One. Whether it matters is up to you.

Microphones in the Trees

Music For Maniacs

Sounds Of A Tired City