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Experimental music refers, in the English-language literature, to a compositional tradition which arose in the mid-twentieth century, applied particularly in North America to music composed in such a way that its outcome is unforeseeable. Its most famous and influential exponent was John Cage (Grant 2003, 174). More loosely, the term "experimental" is used in conjunction with genre names to describe music within specific genres that pushes against their boundaries or definitions, or else whose approach is a hybrid of disparate… read more

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  • Avatar for Renancu
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    I hate this tag, this and 'avant-garde' make me throw up [2]
  • Avatar for bruinthesky
    why would bjork not be considered experimental? whatever genre one tries to fit her in isn't enough, her music was always based on out of bounds experimentation, though it has pop music features.
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  • Avatar for yoshi007master
    @Slycton That is why artists can have multiple genre tags
  • Avatar for IgIanBarrett
    Slycton totally agree.
  • Avatar for Slycton
    Stop tagging those artists as experimental, first know what is experimental music, björk doesn't make experimental music but art pop music, Radiohead, maybe, but is actually 'experimental rock' and 'art rock', Animal Collective can be, but 'neo-psychedelia' describe their music better.
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    v Sorry to hear that.

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