Brendan Byrnes

Brendan’s music was featured on the compilation album ‘Next Xen

Cameron Bobro

Cameron’s music was featured on the compilation album ‘Crack My Pitch Up.’

Carlo Serafini

You can find Carlo’s bio and a fascinating interview at his website.

Carlos Devizia

Carlos’ music was featured on the compilation album ‘Next Xen

City of the Asleep

This was once the musical project of Igliashon Jones. He composed and performed works for microtonal electric guitar, as well as electronic music such as the album ‘Map of an Internal Landscape.’ His album ‘Transcendissonance’ is still available on split-notes, as is his contribution to the compilation ‘Crack My Pitch Up.’

Elaine Walker

Elaine’s music was featured on the compilation album ‘Next Xen

Fature

Fature likes to write many styles of electronic music and always tries to keep his music diverse.
Fature’s website

Flao YG

Flao YG is an experimental group from Prague, Czech Republic.
Flao YG’s website

Jacky Ligon

Jacky is a ‘microtonal activist’ and composer who contributed to ‘Crack My Pitch Up.’
Jacky Ligon’s website

John Moriarty

John’s music was featured on the compilation album ‘Next Xen

Joseph Post

Joseph’s music was featured on the compilation album ‘Next Xen

knowsur

“I love the European cultures in the interwar period about 100 years ago. I want to rediscover the many possibilities of those cultures by using the techniques and the sense of 2010s Japanese pop culture.
My activities about musical experiments may be watched at YouTube.
http://www.youtube.com/user/knowsur
And I also write ordinary pop music.”

Kraig Grady

Kraig’s music was featured on the compilation album ‘Next Xen

Microdub

Microdub is a collaboration between Jurica Jelic and Tony Dubshot.

Miekko

Miekko’s music was featured on the compilation album ‘Next Xen

Mosstone

Mosstone’s music was featured on the compilation album ‘Next Xen

müesk / Steve Mueske

müesk is the microtonal/xen name of poet/electronic musician Steve Mueske. His books include Slower than Stars and A Mnemonic for Desire. His track “Mnemosyne” appeared on Next Xen. Eventual is his first foray into electro-xen music.

Mythshifter

Mythshifter’s music was featured on the compilation album ‘Next Xen

Ozan Yarman (Ph.D)

Ozan Yarman’s music was featured on the compilation album ‘Next Xen

Paragon

Paragon is an electronic musician and tunesmith who focuses on liquid rotating beats and uses microtonality to achieve dense but pleasing harmonies which would be impossible in 12-tone equal temperament.

Robin Perry

Robin’s music was featured on the compilation album ‘Next Xen

Scratchy Dubplate Crew

Uh oh, Tony Dubshot again, in disguise!

Sevish (Sean Archibald)

Sevish writes electronic bass music and also founded the split-notes label. He loves bass & beats and he combines this with a love of xen vibes.
Sevish’s website

skiks

“skiks” is an electronica project of composer/percussionist Bruce Hamilton.

Tall Kite

Tall Kite’s music was featured on the compilation album ‘Next Xen

Tony Dubshot

Tony Dubshot is a demented dub scientist from Leiden, the Lowlands. His sonic experimentation has been labelled electro dub, psychedelic dubstep, scientific dancehall and lowrider voodoo dub. All of these labels are correct.

Long before he locked himself up in his dub studio Tony was a founding member and selector of Runcome Sound System (Leiden, NL). In those days he created dancehall riddims but gradually his sound moved towards dub. Nowadays Dubshot productions are played by big sound systems all over the world.

Tony Dubshot runs the ISM dub studio and the DUBBHISM netlabel
Official website: www.dubbhism.com
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