International Strange Music Day
The world is just filled to the brim with strange and wonderful music. The kind of music that many people would feel is experimental, unconventional, or maybe even bizarre. This might make some people uncomfortable, but for other people, it’s a chance to explore different and new genres and to explore musical possibilities.
For everyone who feels that strange music is to be explored and not shunned, we would like to present everyone International Strange Music Day. This holiday is observed annually on August 24th and encourages everyone to explore their musical limits. After all, it’s at the musical limits that we get to explore all new musical potential.
The History Of International Strange Music Day
This holiday was created back in 1995 by a New York-based musician named Patrick Grant. He was inspired by his love for music of all types, especially the music that seemed to elude further classification.
He invented International Strange Music Day so everyone could celebrate and share the unique and strange music they were into. This holiday has been a smash ever since and is observed by people all over the world.
Observing International Strange Music Day
International Strange Music Day is a holiday that can and should be observed by everyone. There’s a ton of wild beautiful music out there that’s just waiting for us to discover it.
Although we might have to sort through some actual noise to get to the wonderful pieces of music, once they’re found they can really transform our lives. Anyone and everyone who doesn’t believe us should search for themselves.
We bet that it doesn’t take long to find some truly strange music. It doesn’t matter if it’s avant-garde, unconventional music, or some other hard-to-define music genre. While observing this holiday, everyone should take the time to spread the word about it online using the hashtag #InternationalStrangeMusicDay.