If you like your music adventurous, you’ll probably get a huge kick out of Noise Park, a Tumblr that features South Park versions of many avant-garde, experimental, and generally out-there musicians. Whoever is making these charmingly made the decision to follow his or her own esoteric musical tastes, which is a nice way of saying that a good many of the subjects are a bit obscure (Blevin Blectum, Moth Cock, Rotten Milk, etc.), which has the effect of turning it all into an inside inside joke of sorts.
But a lot of the subjects are quite well-known, covering the more cerebral end of the musical spectrum (Kraftwerk, Beefheart, Residents). I spent a fair amount of time trying to come up with a plausibly minimalist South Park episode plot involving Terry Riley, but I failed. Then I switched to Throbbing Gristle and my brain exploded.
Some of the images on the blog are actually reworking of The Wire magazine covers, which is a good indication of where the tastes run.
Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band
Kevin Shields of My Bloody Valentine
Buzz Osborne of the Melvins
Sonic Youth’s Lee Ranaldo
La Monte Young
Throbbing Gristle (20 Jazz Funk Greats”>20 Jazz Funk Greats cover)
Genesis P-Orridge (circa 1980s)
Genesis P-Orridge (circa 2000s)
William S. Burroughs and Brion Gysin using a Dreamachine