Good. In my bid to achieve the dubious distinction of being among the leaders in this contest (if contest it is), here is my next submission: Havergal Brian's Gothic Symphony, in D minor, E major, and everything in between. Symphony No. 1 (Havergal Brian) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaYes, I have actually listened to the thing. more than once even
Well..I don't really consider any of the music I like to be weird, obviously, but others probably do.
I like an Australian folk group called Nomad, and they blend a lot of Aboriginal culture into their music.
I like Native American flute ensembles, it's so peaceful and serene. Just the flutes and maybe the soft pat of a drum.
I really like Dead Can Dance, and they're like nothing I've ever heard.
I love classical music, jazz, blues, swing, and almost every music genre up intil around 1950. But that's not necessarily weird.
Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?