2work@once - Early 2000s duo of Ernie Althoff and Eamon Sprod
Ernie Althoff - Premier instrument maker from Melbourne.
The Ames Room - Australian/French free jazz trio.
AMM - Seminal UK free improvisation/experimental group
Beth Anderson - US composer,pianist, and text/sound music pioneer.
Todd Anderson-Kunert Melbourne sound artist.
Jorge Antunes - Brazillian 1970s electronic music composer.
Automating - One half of Y35.3 using industrial noise and samples.
Ellen Band - US composer and sound artist.
David Behrman - Austrian-born, US composer and pioneer of computer music with interactive applications.
Biffplex - Brisbane ambient drone duo.
Big City Orchestra - US art/anti-art group.
Bite The Capsicum - Gourmet noise from Melbourne, or maybe Japan?
Bokor/Zac Keiller - Dark ambient soundscapes from Melbourne
Ross Bolleter - Australian composer best known for performing on ruined pianos
BP$$CH - Brisbane electronica with a touch of humour
Jonas Braasch - German saxophonist and sound artist.
Chris Brown - US composer, pianist and electronic musician.
Warren Burt - US microtonal/computer music composer resident in Australia since the 1970s
Arthur Cantrill - Melbourne film maker and soundtrack composer
Kate Carr - Australian sound artist/field recorder now based in Belfast.
The Carrier Band - US improv trio featuring Pauline Oliveros
Tim Catlin - Melbourne extended guitarist and instrument builder.
Eugene Chadbourne - Eclectic American guitarist,improvisor and genre-destroyer.
Mary Ellen Childs - US composer and multimedia artist.
cleaninglady - Modular synthesis from Melbourne.
Cohen/Finkelman/Gersh - US improv trio featuring percussion, guitar and Buchla synth.
Rod Cooper - Melbourne instrument maker and sound artist.
Philip Corner - US composer, pianist, and founding Fluxus member.
Anla Courtis - Argentian guitarist, musique concrete artist and founding member of Reynols.
Crank Sturgeon - Noise from the USA.
Crawling With Tarts - US group featuring Michael Gendreau
Decibel - Perth new music ensemble led by Cat Hope, focussing on the integration of acoustic and electronic instruments.
Deep Listening Band - Trio founded by Pauline Oliveros specialising in recording/perfroming in deeply resonant spaces.
Jim Denley - Improvising extended saxophonist from Sydney.
Diaspora - Dark ambient perfection from Brisbane
Nick Didkovsky - US computer music composer and guitarist.
Dotabata - Melbourne noise
David Dunn - US composer, sound artist, and Partch acolyte.
Jack Ellitt - Recently-discovered proto-electronic music visionary
Em Vecue Aquieu - Melbourne cinematic ambient project.
Evidence US duo of Stephan Moore and Scott Smallwood
Shane Fahey - Member of Scattered Order and The Makers of the Dead Travel Fast, working with analogue synthesisers
Peter Farrar - Sydney alto sax player
Fast Forward - US composer working with percussion and music theatre.
The Feeder - Electronic noise from Melbourne.
Flew Creeking - Duo of Joe Musgrove and Michael Norris with ocassional guests
FTRG - Melbourne harsh noise with contact mics and cassette tapes.
Ellen Fullman - US composer and instrument builder.
Kenneth Gaburo - Influential US experimental composer
Malcolm Goldstein - US violinist and improviser.
Emilio Gordoa/Michael McNab/Josten Myburgh - Australian/Mexican electro-acoustic improvisation.
Dale Gorfinkel - Melbourne-based instrument-builder/adapter.
Nat Grant - Melbourne percussionist/sound artist
Great Waitress - Free improv trio of Laura Altmann, Monika Brooks and Magda Mayas.
Clinton Green (Undecisive God) - Melbourne experimental project taking in turntables, percussion, guitars and field recordings.
Will Guthrie - Expat Melbourne percussionist now residing in France.
Rosalind Hall - Melbourne-based extended saxophonist.
Camilla Hannan - Melbourne sound artist working with field recordings.
Haraam - Noisy crunch and drone from Victorian multi-instrumentalist, Mat Blackwell.
Fritz Hauser - Swiss percussionist and composer.
Hectic Head - Adelaide lofi electronica with eerie folk interludes.
Helium Clench - Melbourne prepared guitar/strings duo of Dave Brown and Tim Catlin
Hi-God People - Melbourne improvisational band featuring Greg Wadley and Julian Williams of The Solids
Lloyd Honeybrook - Melbourne-based saxophonist.
Cat Hope - Perth-based composer, writer and noise artist.
interface - US improv group with Pauline Oliveros.
Isomer - Adelaide dark ambient artist, David Tonkin
Herbert Jercher - Melbourne sound artist and guitarist.
Tom Johnson - US minimalist composer who incorporates mathematical theory into compositional structures.
Kalimayat - Indonesian ex-pat now producing noise in Sydney.
KAOS - Very silly noise from Melbourne
Martin Kay - Australian field recording artist.
Kettle - Brisbane sound artist
Kiva - Experimental improvisation trio from the 1980s, featuring Keith Humble
Klunk - Handmade instruments in subterranean spaces, featuring Rod Cooper
Leo Kupper - Belgian electro acoustic pioneer.
Mary Jane Leach - US tape music composer.
Rune Lindblad - Swedish electronic music pioneer.
Chun-liang Liu - Taiwanese performing artist working with field recordings, vocalisation and site-specific interractions.
Annea Lockwood - New Zealand-born, US-based composer and sound artist.
Logos Duo - Belgian experimental instruments group.
Robert McDougall - Melbourne electroacoustic composer
Machinefabriek - Prolific Dutch sound artist.
M.A.N.K. - Harsh electronics from Casey of Ebola Disco.
Chris Mann - Compositional linguist from Melbourne, now residing in New York.
Ross Manning - Brisbane sound artist and instrument builder who has also performed in Sky Needle and Faber Castell.
Al Margolis/If, Bwana - US experimental composer and sound artist.
Mitre - Guitar drones from the USA.
Gen Ken Montgomery - US sound artist
Montreal Sound Matter - Canadian composer collective.
John Murphy - Pioneer of experimental and industrial musics in Australia and Europe
Ron Nagorcka - Australian pioneer composer of tape music and just intonation.
Nete - Melbourne gothic industrial band featuring Clinton Green of Undecisive God
Mani Neumeier - Drummer/improvisor from prog rock legends, Guru Guru.
New Circle Five - Acoustic improv group featuring Pauline Oliveros.
New Waver - Melbourne loss rock. Humourous and depressing
NMA Series of releases accompanying magazine from 1982-92 documenting experimental music in Australia.
Jerome Noetinger - French Revox virtuosso and Metamkine impressario.
Omnid - Table top guitar and electronics.
Pauline Oliveros - US composer, electronic music pioneer and founder of Deep Listening.
Matthew Ostrowski - Former WFMU DJ, now residing in The Netherlands, working in electronic and computer music.
Hans Otte - German composer and pianist.
Overtone Ensemble - Melbourne group creating drone-based, immersive soundscapes utilising self-made instruments.
Robert Paredes - American composer and musician active in Australia during the 1980s.
Paul Kidney Experience - Melbourne psycedelic improv noise collective, convened by ex-Southern Fried Kidneys frontman.
Sam Pettigrew - Extended double bass from Sydney.
Pimmon - Sydney electronica
r.domain - Adelaide ambient guitar and field recordings.
Dana Reason - Canadian pianist and composer.
Rectoplasm - Instrumentals from lost worlds.
Red Wine and Sugar - Melbourne duo combining appropriated text and tape/electronics.
Roger Reynolds - US composer working in electronic music and improvisation.
R.I.P. Hayman - US composer and music writer.
Matt Rogalsky - Canadian electronic music composer and improviser.
Neil B. Rolnick - US computer music pioneer and composer.
Jon Rose - Australian violin innovator and sound artist
David Rosenboom - US composer creating computer inferfaces for the human brain and nervous system.
Rik Rue - Sydney composer/audio collagist.
Philip Samartzis - Melbourne sound artist working with environmental sound.
Helmut Schäfer - Austrian electro-acoustic composer.
Catherine Schieve - American-born/Australia-residing composer and performer.
Michael J. Schumacher - US sound artist working with multi-channel installations.
Scissor - Self-made analogue synth sounds from Queensland
Screwtape - Long time Melbourne dark noise artist.
The Scroungers - Melbourne home-recorded punk.
Scott Sinclair - Brisbane sound artist now resident in Europe.
Scott Smallwood - US sound artist
Snawklor - Melbourne group ranging from microsound to krautrock.
Solvent Cage - Darker and noisier sister project to Melbourne's Monolith.
Stelarc - Performance artist examining the boundaries between body and technology.
Val Stephen - One of Australia's first pioneers of electronic music.
Surface Noise - a series of limited edition, split CDR releases of live performances.
Tangerine Nightmare - Analogue synth drone/noise.
Tarab - Melbourne sound artist working in site-specific art, with field recordings and detrius.
Teletopa - Pioneering early 1970s Sydney improvisation group led by David Ahern.
Third I - Serbian processed field recordings and electronica.
Timeless Pulse - Improv ensemble featuring Pauline Oliveros.
Trigger - US improv trio using low-register instruments.
Undecisive God (Clinton Green) - Melbourne experimental project taking in turntables, percussion, guitars and field recordings.
The Unnameable - Melbourne sound tribute to the writings of H.P. Lovecraft by Clinton Green of Undecisive God and Andrew McIntosh of Screwtape
Lois V. Vierk - US minimalist composer.
Vocabularinist - Sydney experimental band exploring numerous genres.
Von Einem - Harsh noise from Melbourne's Mark Groves of Dick Threats
Dmitri Voudiris - South African composer working with electronics and human movement interraction.
David Watson - New Zealand guitarist/bagpipist.
Felix Werder - One of Australia's most important 20th Century avant garde composers
Simon Wickham-Smith - British experimental computer peformer.
Brian Wilson - US improv percussionist.
W.I.T. - Deftly-crafted static and white noise from regional Victoria
XV Parowek - Noise from Poland.
Y35.3 - Power electronics from Melbourne.
Zanana - US electro-acoustic chamber music duo.
Peter Zummo - US extended trombonist.