More recent examples of people employing the cut up technique include the Gescom Minidisc, a mini-disc only release by the experimental electronica collective which consists of 88 short (ranging in length from a few seconds to 3-4 minutes) tracks meant to be played on RANDOM or SHUFFLE mode, creating a different experience each time. Some of the consecutive tracks make up more complete pieces, so as you listen you hear the parts of different pieces coming in and out.

Another example is this online journal: