Artists

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PLEASE DO NOT EDIT IT or link this page.

THIS PAGE HAS BEEN ARCHIVED. ALL INFO HAS BEEN COPIED TO "LISTEN!" page.

INSTEAD, PUT NEW ARTISTS ON THIS PAGE: MicrotonalListeningList

and link that page.

(THOUGH CHECK FIRST THAT THEY'RE NOT ALREADY ON THERE.)

SyntheticThought (talk) 22:01, 4 October 2018 (UTC)


This page is intended to collect people whose solo creations have been historically or contemporarily significant in the development of xenharmonic music. (Who's to judge? Only you, fair reader.) May be eventually merged with Bands, but separate for now. May be redundant with People for quite some time, we'll see.

Name(s) On This Wiki Recommend Hometown Years microtonally active genres/keywords
Doug Blumeyer Fun Musical Ideas
Neil Haverstick
Stickman
Neil Haverstick microtonal guitar pioneer
Brendan Byrnes   Siolas Los Angeles ? (will ask) Progressive,rock, driving, good vocals
Andrew Heathwaite
(Nodal Nim)
Andrew Heathwaite Newbeams album
Igliashon Jones
City of the Asleep
IgliashonJones *Prolific* guitarist & producer
Joel Mandelbaum Joel Mandelbaum Dissertation: 19edo
Sevish
Sean Archibald
SeanArchibald "Microtonal with a beat"; stellar production quality.

Also does software tutorials on his website and on YouTube,

and makes web-based xen software.

2010
Peter Thoegersen Dissertation: Polytempic Polymicrotonality
Chris Vaisvil Chris Vaisvil *Prolific* explorer of a wide range of scales
Neat DIY techniques used and demonstrated
"at the edge between acoustic and electric"
Nicola Vicentino Archicembalo