Long-standing, avant-garde band Swans intricately weaves together an unwavering bass line, heavy guitar licks and discordant electronics and horns in "A Little God in My Hands" -- a sickly, unsettling yet mesmerizing seven-minute song.
Chad Eivins is a prolific experimental filmmaker, creating video installations for numerous St. Louis bands as well providing an archive of performances under the Chizmo.tv moniker.
Bouncy and bassy, tipsy and twisted, "Duper" by Crooks on Tape -- a new project featuring John Schmersal (ENON, Brainiac), Rick Lee (ENON) and Joey Galvan -- trips the experimental fuzz fantastic.
Fresh and revelatory holiday music can be hard to come by, but when Brothers Lazaroff join forces with electronic musician the Vaad, lyricist James Stone Goodman and members of the Klezmer Conspiracy, Hanukkah truly sounds like a festival of light and dedication for the 21st century.
Diane Coffee is the eerie, shape-shifting, melodic bedroom project of one Shaun Fleming, drummer for Foxygen, and, judging by the new track "Hymn," a one-man-lo-fi-studio wizard.
Los Angeles experimental rockers No Age return with a thundering, challenging, thrilling new track, "C'mon, Stimmung"; even if you played this song quiet -- and why the heck would you? -- it would still be loud.