Asa-Chang & Junray is an avant garde Japanese band known for songs featuring tabla percussion and chopped vocals.
My absolute favourite song is Kokoni Sachiari which starts earlier than the timestamp on the video (starts at 28:00, ends at 31:25). One of their most well known songs is Hana which was remastered for the ending of Aku no Hana.
It's interesting to watch them play live. The percussion is so advanced and pleasing to the ears. The beat is also something I like as a fan of hip hop and jazz. Their music can be found on Spotify.
Mid-Air Thief is a one man band from Korea that combines the indie folk genre with electronic glitchy noise. His music has been described as "music you can ascend to." Of course, the best album is Crumbling, and my favourite songs include Crumbling Together, Curve and Light, and Why?
His music can be found on Spotify and Bandcamp. There is one song from him called Waiting that has been deleted from SoundCloud. It's stranger than his other songs because it has a more "downward" vibe, but it's still somehow satisfying and fun to listen to. It's about a man who goes to a salon to get a digital perm.
Muslimgauze is the project of British musician Bryn Jones who was concerned about conflicts in the Muslim world, especially in Palestine. A lot of his music was released posthumously. It is like ethnic electronica, ambient, post industrial music. It has the type of percussion and traditional instruments I love to hear.
Sevish is a British musician who specializes in microtonal and polyrhythmic electronic music. His music can be found on Spotify and Bandcamp.
One of my favourite songs of his is Streaming. His music has inspired me to make microtonal music of my own. I hope I can be able to use unique rhythms as he can.
Kidkanevil is an artist from the UK, and Daisuke Tanabe is an artist from Japan. They both make experimental, glitchy, cute, hiphop and electronic music.
Fujii Kaze is a Japanese singer and songwriter. He is known for writing lyrics in an uncommon Japanese dialect. His music can be found on Spotify and Youtube.
It's hard for me to describe his music because all of the songs sound different. However, they all sound very uplifting and nostalgic. Some of my favourite songs of his include Shinunoga E-Wa, Matsuri, Seishun Sick, and YASASHISA. Hedemo Ne-Yo is one of his few hip hop inspired songs.
Ar Tonelico is a game series. I have no idea what it's about, but what I love about it is its conlang, Hymmnos, and its music sung in the Hymmnos language.
EZFG is a Japanese VOCALOID music producer who makes electronic techno music.
I love how EZFG's music has a very distinct style, so there is no music that sounds like his, and you can immediately tell if a song or remix was created by him.
Tamaonsen is a Japanese Touhou doujin circle that primarily makes rap covers with either hiphop instrumentals or upbeat Japanese traditional / pop instrumentals in a way I cannot describe in words.
An example of a typical Tamaonsen song is called 刹那ヤマイ.
I also like a collab remix with DiGiTAL WiNG called Paranoia.
Toho Eurobeat is a series of Touhou doujin albums that contain eurobeat music. Multiple artists are featured in each album. There is a 24/7 stream of their music on Youtube.
Jessa Stebbins, also known as Odyssey, is one of the most well known Touhou eurobeat artists and vocalists. I have listened to her music from childhood. My favourite songs of hers include Remorse, Tear You Up, and Adequate.
Here is one song I like from French artist AXEL.K called BEATS SHOWER.
Hatsunetsumiko's is a Japanese Touhou doujin circle that makes chill, funk, and citypop covers.
Surface Star is quite different, but it was one of my favourites in middle school.
Foreground Eclipse was a Japanese metal doujin circle featuring male scream vocals and female vocals together.
I also really like this collab song with Draw the Emotional called We Cannot Get Out of Here Forever.
UNDEAD CORPORATION is a Japanese band that used to make metal, screamo, and metal folk covers of Touhou songs. Now, they make original music, and some have become anime soundtracks.
It's also noteworthy that one of UC's songs, Embraced by the Flame, was used in a western meme, the Mr. Incredible Becoming Canny meme.
FloatingCloud is a popular Japanese Touhou doujin circle that makes folk music featuring traditional Irish and Chinese instruments.
I like how this band makes such unique arranges of Touhou music. I cannot choose a favourite song, but Sky of Scarlet Perception and 胎動 are ones I've liked since I was a kid. I like the background vocals in Eastern.
Just in case you ever wanted to hear a folk version of Bad Apple!!, it exists.
C-CLAYS is a popular Japanese Touhou doujin circle that has released numerous albums since 2006.
They also have some very beautiful songs that have a more melancholy tone like 宝相華.