I'm no minimalism expert, but know when it when I hear it. Daniel Blumin played "Kungo Sogoni" by N. Hawa Doumbi. Listen to how the track feeds off a repetitive instrumental motif. Steve Reich, played on Mudd Up! With DJ/Rupture, employed repetition in "Come Out" in 1966, creating aural hypnosis using a voice loop Robert Fripp and Brian Eno used loops on "Swastika Girls," played by Dan Bodah on Airborne Event. For GREEDY! minimalists, Scott McDowell played Eno, Terry Riley, and Can on an edition of The Long Rally.
This progressive rock improvisation form Flasket Brinner, played by Scott Williams, is far from minimal. Listen to the driving percussion. (Can you hear the reference to Chicago Transit Authority?) For more song oriented prog, hear Patto, played by Brian Turner.
Last archive call: On This Is The Modern World, Trouble played two artists who should be more famous. Caetano Veloso was called the "Bob Dylan Of Brazil." He was jailed for his political stance under Brazil's 1960's dictatorship. He is still making music, and here covers the Beatles "Elanore Rigby." Abbey Lincoln was married to be-bop drummer Max Roach, and contributed vocals to his albums--perhaps the most experimental of any artist coming out of be-bop..Here she is with Roach in 1961, singing "Mendacity" on Are We There Yet, with Tamar.
The best artists are often known by the company they keep.