On one hand, I like experiential/noise/glitch, stuff like Panasonic, Alva Noto, etc can be pretty interesting. Not in the 'club/dance' music sense though, but still good.
But, I find stuff like that can be very hit and miss, as lots of stuff sounds as "amusing sound experiments/ideas that are not fully developed". Really, a single increasing tone, and that's it? Then, you also get stuff where it sounds like they are trying to purposely be irritating.
However,at times - when used in a mix and not as a standalone track, they can be pretty damn cool - Hawtin uses quite a bit of that stuff in DE9: Transitions, tracks that might just be a single element looped are built into pretty spiffy tracks.
On the other hand, some of the stuff on it's own can be pretty damn good and enjoyable, just can be annoying slugging through 100 releases of shit-noise/experimental to find the few gems that stand out as being impressive on their own.
(last night i stayed up way too late digging through Raster Noton releases....)