The music represented is typically of the avant-garde variety, yet covers a vast plethora of sounds: from early concrete explorations, to egghead spacetronics, to novelty cult records, to dissonant library noise, the odd "tuneful" diversion on occasion, and everything else in the wide, mostly uncharted world of electronics.
Creel Pone remains an unauthorized/bootleg venture. These are not official releases, however, due to the extreme obscurity of the titles, they remain an invaluable resource for much of this long-lost, long-forgotten music.
To celebrate their 50th release, the great Creel Pone label whipped up a 3 disc set of 7 inches, rarities, and collected oddness. Volume 1 has lots of short tracks and some more famous names like Daphne Oram or Vladimir Ussachevsky.