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    (Original post by majikthise)
    Why is this a dare? Tago Mago should be required listening, along with Neu and Amon Düül II.

    mmmm, krautrock.
    Well I'm assuming the OP is new to the genre. And I think we can agree it's not the easiest listen first time.
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    (Original post by Sendaii)
    Winterkälte. You don't get much more experimental than power noise.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AGB_gGn-Eg4
    Well, going back to what I said before, and jumping to my assumption that this would be power electronics or noise, it's neither. It's like some horrible horrible amalgamation of industrial and IDM...IIDM? Ha yeh not my thing at all, think I will be steering clear of 'powernoise'. It's kind of the same problem I have with Dubstep, too slow to be something more akin to Speedcore, which I love, and too fast to be dark ambient/industrial...I find that middle ground really hard to enjoy.

    Anyhow, Faust and Tangerine Dream are great and have yet to be mentioned, but something a bit more recent try Beak> (yeh including the > ) who take a ton of influence from the experimental krautrock scene from the 70s. They're real real good
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    Moondog, John Zorn, and if you're open to oddities, The Residents.
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    Haus Arafna - Last dream of Jesus
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=olaPrNyX65Q

    Is this what you meant?
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    Asking for solely German bands and artists is retarded, so **** that.







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    (Original post by Mr. Gutsy)
    Moondog, John Zorn, and if you're open to oddities, The Residents.
    Zorn:drool:



    OP I totally recommend pretty much anything by Mike Patton.

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    +1 for Mike Patton and Kraftwerk

    Stockhausen, who helped develop electronic music:
 
 
 
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