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"Avant-garde in music can refer to any form of music working within traditional structures while seeking to breach boundaries in some manner,[12] or to describe the work of any musicians who radically depart from tradition altogether.[13] Some avant-garde composers of the 20th century include Arnold Schoenberg,[14] Charles Ives, Igor Stravinsky,[14] Frank Zappa, Anton Webern, Alban Berg, Henry Cowell,[14] Harry Partch,[14] Olivier Messiaen, Elliott Carter, John Cage,[14] Conlon Nancarrow, Milton Babbitt, György Ligeti, Iannis Xenakis, Pierre Boulez,[citation needed] and Karlheinz Stockhausen.[15] In jazz one could cite a first wave of experimenters associated with bebop, such as Charlie Parker, Thelonious Monk, and Bud Powell, and then a second wave associated with free jazz, including Ornette Coleman, Cecil Taylor, Albert Ayler, and the later recordings of John Coltrane."

Avant-Garde music

As I thought it's not a genre at all. It's another word for experimental to make people feel special.


Exactly, it's a way to describe boundary-pushing bands or songs that can be within any genre, it's kinda like the word "heavy", it's not a genre at all.
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"Avant-garde in music can refer to any form of music working within traditional structures while seeking to breach boundaries in some manner,[12] or to describe the work of any musicians who radically depart from tradition altogether.[13] Some avant-garde composers of the 20th century include Arnold Schoenberg,[14] Charles Ives, Igor Stravinsky,[14] Frank Zappa, Anton Webern, Alban Berg, Henry Cowell,[14] Harry Partch,[14] Olivier Messiaen, Elliott Carter, John Cage,[14] Conlon Nancarrow, Milton Babbitt, György Ligeti, Iannis Xenakis, Pierre Boulez,[citation needed] and Karlheinz Stockhausen.[15] In jazz one could cite a first wave of experimenters associated with bebop, such as Charlie Parker, Thelonious Monk, and Bud Powell, and then a second wave associated with free jazz, including Ornette Coleman, Cecil Taylor, Albert Ayler, and the later recordings of John Coltrane."

Avant-Garde music

As I thought it's not a genre at all. It's another word for experimental to make people feel special.


Exactly, it's a way to describe boundary-pushing bands or songs that can be within any genre, it's kinda like the word "heavy", it's not a genre at all.

I've always hated Avant-Garde s**t.
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"Avant-garde in music can refer to any form of music working within traditional structures while seeking to breach boundaries in some manner,[12] or to describe the work of any musicians who radically depart from tradition altogether.[13] Some avant-garde composers of the 20th century include Arnold Schoenberg,[14] Charles Ives, Igor Stravinsky,[14] Frank Zappa, Anton Webern, Alban Berg, Henry Cowell,[14] Harry Partch,[14] Olivier Messiaen, Elliott Carter, John Cage,[14] Conlon Nancarrow, Milton Babbitt, György Ligeti, Iannis Xenakis, Pierre Boulez,[citation needed] and Karlheinz Stockhausen.[15] In jazz one could cite a first wave of experimenters associated with bebop, such as Charlie Parker, Thelonious Monk, and Bud Powell, and then a second wave associated with free jazz, including Ornette Coleman, Cecil Taylor, Albert Ayler, and the later recordings of John Coltrane."

Avant-Garde music

As I thought it's not a genre at all. It's another word for experimental to make people feel special.


Exactly, it's a way to describe boundary-pushing bands or songs that can be within any genre, it's kinda like the word "heavy", it's not a genre at all.

I've always hated Avant-Garde s**t.


I don't think I even know any...
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"Avant-garde in music can refer to any form of music working within traditional structures while seeking to breach boundaries in some manner,[12] or to describe the work of any musicians who radically depart from tradition altogether.[13] Some avant-garde composers of the 20th century include Arnold Schoenberg,[14] Charles Ives, Igor Stravinsky,[14] Frank Zappa, Anton Webern, Alban Berg, Henry Cowell,[14] Harry Partch,[14] Olivier Messiaen, Elliott Carter, John Cage,[14] Conlon Nancarrow, Milton Babbitt, György Ligeti, Iannis Xenakis, Pierre Boulez,[citation needed] and Karlheinz Stockhausen.[15] In jazz one could cite a first wave of experimenters associated with bebop, such as Charlie Parker, Thelonious Monk, and Bud Powell, and then a second wave associated with free jazz, including Ornette Coleman, Cecil Taylor, Albert Ayler, and the later recordings of John Coltrane."

Avant-Garde music

As I thought it's not a genre at all. It's another word for experimental to make people feel special.


Exactly, it's a way to describe boundary-pushing bands or songs that can be within any genre, it's kinda like the word "heavy", it's not a genre at all.

I've always hated Avant-Garde s**t.


I don't think I even know any...

Not really music persay, but in art, and fashion especially. Real Avant-Garde music is like jazz stuff, so it's probably not that bad.
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"Avant-garde in music can refer to any form of music working within traditional structures while seeking to breach boundaries in some manner,[12] or to describe the work of any musicians who radically depart from tradition altogether.[13] Some avant-garde composers of the 20th century include Arnold Schoenberg,[14] Charles Ives, Igor Stravinsky,[14] Frank Zappa, Anton Webern, Alban Berg, Henry Cowell,[14] Harry Partch,[14] Olivier Messiaen, Elliott Carter, John Cage,[14] Conlon Nancarrow, Milton Babbitt, György Ligeti, Iannis Xenakis, Pierre Boulez,[citation needed] and Karlheinz Stockhausen.[15] In jazz one could cite a first wave of experimenters associated with bebop, such as Charlie Parker, Thelonious Monk, and Bud Powell, and then a second wave associated with free jazz, including Ornette Coleman, Cecil Taylor, Albert Ayler, and the later recordings of John Coltrane."

Avant-Garde music

As I thought it's not a genre at all. It's another word for experimental to make people feel special.


Exactly, it's a way to describe boundary-pushing bands or songs that can be within any genre, it's kinda like the word "heavy", it's not a genre at all.

I've always hated Avant-Garde s**t.


I don't think I even know any...

Not really music persay, but in art, and fashion especially. Real Avant-Garde music is like jazz stuff, so it's probably not that bad.


Yeah I guess some of Frank Zappa's music would be considered that too...
But yeah, I despise OTT fashion, it's so impractical.
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Exactly, it's a way to describe boundary-pushing bands or songs that can be within any genre, it's kinda like the word "heavy", it's not a genre at all.

I've always hated Avant-Garde s**t.


I don't think I even know any...

Not really music persay, but in art, and fashion especially. Real Avant-Garde music is like jazz stuff, so it's probably not that bad.


Yeah I guess some of Frank Zappa's music would be considered that too...
But yeah, I despise OTT fashion, it's so impractical.

No human could or would were that crap outside the runway
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Exactly, it's a way to describe boundary-pushing bands or songs that can be within any genre, it's kinda like the word "heavy", it's not a genre at all.

I've always hated Avant-Garde s**t.


I don't think I even know any...

Not really music persay, but in art, and fashion especially. Real Avant-Garde music is like jazz stuff, so it's probably not that bad.


Yeah I guess some of Frank Zappa's music would be considered that too...
But yeah, I despise OTT fashion, it's so impractical.

No human could or would were that crap outside the runway


Yeah man, it's just...
There was a DSBM band I found over Youtube a few years ago, but cannot for the life of me remember it or find it again... the 'shrieks' were more like a guy doing a cute, quiet, girly falsetto. lol
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Children of Bodom..Alexi's vocals are so ugly..but I still love them so much. heh.
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Children of Bodom..Alexi's vocals are so ugly..but I still love them so much. heh.

They suck utter d**k but you are right his vocals are the worst part.
I'm sure a lot of people here have heard them before, but I'm rather fond of Vio-Lence. Sean Killian takes the manic vocal style associated with thrash and just quadruples it. It's wacky, but I think it's really fun to listen to. Plus cool riffs.



I like Giant Squid, too. Aaron Gregory's voice is the right kind of dramatic, in my opinion.



I suppose neither of these guys are really pushing the envelope, but they both have pretty distinctive vocal deliveries that I can dig.

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