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  1. A ferocious collaboration collaboration between Borbetomagus and Swiss electronic noise duo Voice Crack.
    What is most impressive is how…

  2. Masayuki 'Jojo' Takayanagi (高柳昌行) was a Japanese experimental musician. He was born in 1932 and died in 1991. He was active in the Japanese free…

  3. Die Like A Dog Quartet is Peter Brötzmann, Toshinori Kondo, William Parker and drummer Hamid Drake. Loosely inspired by saxophonist Albert…

  4. Emil Beaulieau is America's Greatest Living Noise Artist. Runs RRRecords under his real name, Ron Lessard. Often plays live with his "Minutoli", a…

  5. The Nihilist Spasm Band is a unique experimental collective generally known as "the first noise band." Formed in 1965 in London, Ontario, the…

  6. Kaoru Abe (阿部 薫 Abe Kaoru?, May 5, 1949 - September 9, 1978) was an influential Japanese avant-garde alto saxophonist, who is often regarded as…

  7. Paul Rutherford formed Iskra 1903 in 1970 with Derek Bailey and Barry Guy. All three musicians had worked together in larger groups, starting off…

  8. The Spontaneous Music Ensemble (SME) was a loose collection of free improvising musicians convened beginning in the mid-1960s by the late South…

  9. Voice Crack, the duo of Swiss musicians Andy Guhl (percussion and bass) and Norbert Möslang (reeds), made music with broken objects found in…

  10. The Haters are a noise and conceptual art troupe from the United States. Founded in 1979, they are one of the earliest and most well-known acts…

  11. Italian improvisation group formed in 1964. The group featured Mario Bertoncini (perc, piano), Walter Branchi (double-bass), Franco Evangelisti…

  12. Collaboration between noise experimentalists Wolf Eyes and free jazz pioneer Anthony Braxton at the 2005 Victoriaville Festival.

  13. British saxophonist John Butcher was born in Brighton, and currently resides in London. He is most famous for his free improvisations, especially…

  14. Mats Gustafsson (born 1964 in Umeå) is a Swedish saxophone player and a stalwart on the Scandinavian free jazz scene.

    He first came to the…

  15. Super wild, freak-out jazz noise rock.
    Blowhole was founded in 1987 in Colorado Springs by percussionist Jeph Jarman and the Barber brothers, with…

  16. Caroliner (a group that also goes by many other names) is a tribute band to Caroliner, the memorial singing bull of the 1800's.

    "Well the original…

  17. Tetuzi Akiyama (秋山徹次) was born in Tokyo, April 13, 1964.

    Tetuzi Akiyama is a highly unique and experimental guitarist heavily applying free…

  18. Fe-mail is a noise duo consisting of Maja Ratkje and Hild Sofie Tafjord, both known from the anarchistic improv quartet SPUNK (founded in 1995).…

  19. Capable of solo sets of the most beguiling inventiveness, featuring drums, gamelan-like metallic objects, tiny strings, saxophone mouthpieces and…

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