While China’s experimental music scene is probably not well-known internationally, there exists a small, dedicated group of people in China who are pushing the scene forward.  From noise art to 8-bit, musicians in China are exploring the boundaries of music in a way that reminds some observers of New York and Berlin’s avant-garde movements of the 1970s.

Time Magazine has a profile of 5 leading experimental artists, including two of our favorites, Beijing-based Gameboy whizkid Sulumi (pictured above) and PSFK friend B6, who just released a new minimal techno album.

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