Discombobulated marches and weird harmonies
Music writers at The New York Times recommends a number of Charles Ives recordings. Missing from the lists is my favorite, An Old Song Deranged, a collection of Ives' more obscure music which makes clear that he was not only a great experimental visionary pioneer and all that, but also part of the tradition that more recently produced Spike Jones and P.D.Q. Bach.
Beware the kawaii
Three years of MIDI files
Ballet photo gallery
Society for Creative Anachronism
Cacti and other succulents