LABELS AND ENTITIES
Music label. Leipzig, Germany
Adventurous Music is a non-profit artist collective that has evolved from some different other artist groups around the beginning of the 21st century. By then, these artists had already been organizing audio-visual events in outstanding locations such as monuments, galleries, and museums as well as in clubs, bars, and cafes, and they continue to do so.
Since 2013, Adventurous Music has also created a bi-monthly podcast featuring music by artists and on labels we enjoy.
In 2019, we started our own non-profit micro-label focusing on the release of experimental electronic music. As a format, we exclusively chose limited printed goods (such as cards and books in small editions of < 100) that include visual artwork and a download code for the music.
Netlabel based in Guadalajara México. This netlabel focuses on electroacustic and experimental works.
Concrete, Drone, Experimental-Electronics, Industrial, Granular Music, Noise, Electroacustic, Ambient, Field recordings, Dark Ambient, Glitch, Psychedelic, Microsound, Improvisation, Montage, Soundscape.
The Museum Of Viral Memory
A lifetime in noise & experimental stitched to the last 100 years of electroacoustic, ecoacoustic, concretemusique
Improv jazz come unpinned from time
Conceptual music built from field recordings
Sound art for dreaming, drifting, disappearing
Ritual magick, slow to cast; slow to coalesce
Invocations unintended for human ears
Music in geologic time
Aureality for the non-conscious mind
A label set up by a former resident DJ at the world's famous Slimelight and having releases/remixes on leading labels such as World Serpent, Ant Zen, Point Source Electronic Arts, Component Recordings and Errorgrid, Ryu Recordings aims to bring you the best in alternative electronic music
Sonic Exploration Network of Southern Africa
A platform for exploratory music and sound art. We seek to cultivate a regional community of practitioners of experimental, improvisational and otherwise avant-garde forms of sonic expression, with a focus on creating a supporting, nurturing environment, as well as increased public exposure, for alternative forms of musical creativity.
VV-VA is a home for elusive, left field, and heady electronic music. What started as a space to share experimental sideprojects and unreleased collaborations within an intimate circle of musicians in Beirut is organically transforming into a fledgling platform that releases peripheral, outcast, and personal pieces or bundles.