Last week, when I got home from a long stay in Maine, my month's worth of Soylent was waiting for me on the porch in a giant austere white box, looking as though it had just been dropped off by a drone from the local food distribution center of the either-utopian-or-dystopian world government.
The fabulous experimental vocal performer Meredith Monk and her ensemble, in a piece that sounds like it was recorded in a monastery from the distant past or far future.
Just spotted this recently on Boing Boing. Music reminiscent of a Steve Reich tape-phase piece. Video takes several early-'70s trash-gothic flicks (which are already deranged) and cuts them together so hypnotically that by the end you're certain you've been fed subliminal information, as in "The Manchurian Candidate."
"We Rest," a terrific track from the terrific album "As I Hide" from the group Witchcraft (not the Swedish doom metal band, but another one specializing in ambient space-rock). Classic vocoder sound. Are the words being sung by a fallen angel or a visiting alien?
"Hyper-Sence," from the album Sub Conscious by Phutureprimitive. Very good electronica. Listening to this I feel like I'm gliding through a futuristic cityscape designed by Moebius.