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Experimental is for sites made for and by sound artists, experimental and avant-garde musicians, electronic freakoids, ambient astronauts, modern classical, extreme/electronic jazz ninjas, and noise merchants. In fact *any* music that is pushing the boundaries of sound, and thus probably doesn't fit any existing categories is welcome.
 

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Review of 'Apskaft Presents- The Dark Side of the Monkey' - 12/05/2012
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I felt I had to review this album even though I'm on it. We took a ridiculously famous rock album and monkeyed with it mercilessly. The result is a thing of beauty and a joy to the ears. Listen to this album on some kind of player which does crossfades, such as Rhythmbox on Linux or Winamp on Windoze. Play a game of "Let's count the genres being redefined". The album kicks off with Hold_the_Gun transforming "Breathe" into urban russian rap, which leads into Turbogrind Terrorizers' wild electronic dream sequence, followed by my shambolic destruction of "Time". The Wreck Up totally nails "The Great Gig in the Sky" dream guitar prog jamming in heaven with a funky brass marching band and then Hox Vox hits us with the heavy dub'n'twisted crazyness of "Money". Actually Hox is all over this album, making it happen and giving some of his finest work. Back to Russia again with the R.U.D.E. psycho-synth-delic version of "Any Colour You Like" and...

Review of "Apskaft Presents- The Dark Side of the Monkey"



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