*WARNING* The video below may cause seizures.
Have you ever wondered what it's like to be a synesthetic? Here's the answer.
A group of musicians uses MIDI keyboard to create impossible songs called. Black MIDIs are so named because if written in standard music notation, the compositions would be entirely black. Our brain can't perceive that many notes at once so most of the notes will sound like a white noise to you. Nevertheless, you should give it a listen.
Japanoise, or Japanese noise refers to the noise scene in Japan. As the name suggests, noise is a music genre that explores the boundaries between “music” and “non-music”. The instruments used vary widely. Noise features a fusion of traditional instruments and electronic sounds, recordings and machines. It sometimes is described as soundscape, for rhythm and structure are of minor importance.
Tuvan Throat Singing
Tuvan throat singing aka Mongolian throat singing is one particular variant of overtone singing practiced by people in Mongolia, Inner Mongolia, Tuva and Siberia. Unlike most of the people, throat singers can sing more than one note at once, one fundamental pitch and—simultaneously—one or more pitches over that.Still not impressed? Then listen to this throat singing rap.
Gothic Сountry aka Horror country
Horror Country is what happens when instead of beer, guns and pickups you sing about occultism, skeletons and witches.
Lowercase is an extreme form of minimalist music that is built around typically unheard ambient sounds. Artists record and remix sounds from crumpled paper, broken lightbulbs and carburetors, among other objects. Artist Steve Roden created the genre in 2001 when he released the album “Forms of Paper.”
Unblack metal shares the style of black metal, which tends to use fast drumming, shrieking vocals and complex guitar riffs, but it differs in content. Traditional black metal often incorporates Satanist or Pagan themes and expresses skepticism about organized religion. Unblack metal, on the other hand, promotes Christian beliefs and uses religious lyrics.
Well, the name says it all. That is music used in spy movies. A perfect tune in case you want to spy on someone.
1-Bit MusicFor those, who think 8-bit is too much. 1-Bit Music is a project by composer and artist Tristan Perich, probes the foundations of digital sound.
An electronic circuit is assembled inside a CD case with a headphone jack on the side. The device plays back 40 minutes flow of 1-bit electronic music—the lowest possible digital representation of audio.
Chap hop is music originating from England that mixes the hip hop genre with elements from the Chappist subculture and stereotypical English obsessions such as cricket, tea, and the weather.