DV-i is a quote "...a hypermedia girl that composes music and makes various visuals" and this is a severe understatement. She shreds so hard on every medium its always filled me with a small inkling of fear but mostly awe. Her work draws heavily from Y2k era fashion, Mecha, and archival Roland Sound Canvas timbres and is always a delightfully maximalist feast.
Audio style-transfer is an exciting new form of audio generation that takes the nuances from a digitized instrument signal (which it was likely trained to understand with a neural network) and then with an additional neural network will replace the old audio signal with a new sound.
Dustin Wong is a stalwart of the experimental music scene with his psychedelic and flowery approach to textures, rhythms, and melody. The primary narrator of Dustin's music has often been guitar but lately his voice and guitar have seemed to share more space together.
New York, New York jazz musician and instrument designer Joseph Allan Johnson is actualizing independence in 2021. Their unique music utilizes custom designed audio instrumentation and woodwind instruments, and will easily be both appreciated by serious jazz musicians and computer instrument enthusiasts.
With his ornate multi-media weaving, Kristen Roos is an artist with a holistic perspective that draws from textiles, early computer art software, and digital pattern generation. His newest record, Universal Synthesizer Interface, utilizes a MIST FPGA computer to run Atari ST software the legendary Laurie Spiegel sent him.