Picture is Ex Pulvere from https://allrgb.com/ex-pulvere. I love experimenting with music and textures, but annoyingly I seem to hate actually doing stuff and making music.
TO LISTEN: Throbbing Gristle Discography, Twin Peaks Soundtrack/Xiu Xiu Discography
TO LEARN: Proper Melody Writing and Song Pacing, The Basics of Production, How to Sing (an awful lot in three convenient phrases)
TO DO: Make a version of "You're at the Store", get the basics of Visual Studio, establish a regular practice routine
TO ANALYSE: Daft Punk - Discovery for its production and Pacing, Funkadelic - Maggot Brain for what makes a song/jam captivating (Yves Tumor - Kerosene as well for that matter), Tame Impala - Currents because no-one can escape it,
Adaptation of "One Minute", by Stanislaw Lem, using lots of sound collage
Transactional Writing in Music (good for interlude)
Neo-gothic ideas (trying to add elements of industrial music, hyperpop)
"Piano Ballad 1", as an experimental finish to a project, using piano in a black midi style, but as a very chaotic, unhinged antithesis to piano ballads in modern pop (e.g. Lewis Capaldi's "Someone You Loved")
"Suburbs", starting with an irregular, abrasive IDM beat with pop hooks layered over it, with an ending of very grungy guitars to make it closer to babymetal.
"Warped Mirror", trying some psychedelic/outsider house about self-perception.