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What genre of music do you listen to most?

I love a number of distinctive things: rock, rap, some country, even a techno song( the person who was used as the beat for greater via kanye west). I will provide virtually any variety of track a try. I suppose that its silly for people to claim that considering you love a precise style you should not listen to a exact different style. I would need to say although that rap is my favourite

What type of music genre is this?

People ask me what type of music I listen to, but I have no idea what to say. I usually just tell them the name of the artist. It'd be nice to know what the genre would be (pop, rock, dubstep, etc.)

Examples of the songs I listen to:


What are some techno artists (music genre) help :)?

Obsidian and Ethan are correct, choose either one of them. Also, there is Rhythim Is Rhythim (an alias of Derrick May), Trannzistor, and Underground Resistance.

Just to school you a bit, techno is a style of electronic dance music (EDM for short). It began in Detroit, Michigan in the 1980s as an "frankenstein" offshoot of house, synthpop, and electro. Derrick May, Juan Atkins, and Kevin Saunderson were considered pioneers of the genre. Beyond Detroit, the term "techno" was being incorrectly applied to other genres like house, electro-hop, freestyle, and synthpop to ring everything together under one name to make it easier to remember. The trend continued through the 1990s 'til now, everything from trance, breakbeat, drum & bass, progressive...anything that was electronic music. Now the term is being incorrectly applied to today's vibes: electro house and pop dubstep (brostep & complextro).

Best in what way? It's impossible to decide by talent. But by popularity, maybe Martin Garrix or Skrillex. Historically, deadmau5 is the “founder” of modern EDM (according to the media) but he's not current as of now. His music is not appealing to me either. I wouldn't regard him as the founder since it wouldn't be right to put an artist of a certain EDM style as the founder of EDM in general.Each EDM artist has their own style. There are sub-genres and fusion genres. It's not fair to say that the popularizers of each sub-genre are the founders of EDM. IMO, Tiesto, deadmau5, Skrillex, Daft Punk, Swedish House Mafia, Armin van Buuren, etc, collectively started and developed the dance music scene we have today. The flag is now passed on to younger artists like Martin Garrix, Flume, artists of trap (Getter, Jauz, Valentino), future bass (Marshmello, San Holo, Flux), deep house (Lost Freq, Petit Biscuit, Alex Schulz), tropical house (Kygo, Matoma, Thomas Jack), and many others.The ones I named are my favorites, however, new artists come up everyday from all around the world so there's never going be a fixed list of the greatest EDM artists of all-time. Even if someone does come up with such list, it wouldn't be legitimate or credible and no one would take it seriously. Even if important people in EDM collaborate to curate an accurate list, it wouldn't be the ultimate.For me — Martin Garrix is the most popular. Alex Schulz is the most talented. Tiesto is the most historic. Marshmello is the most current. Overall, I'd choose Tiesto because he's a legend.

What artists are similar to Daft Punk?

According to Daft Punk's radio station page, they are tagged as: Electronic, Techno, House, Dance, Electronica, etc. so their music is a mixture of all genres =)

Here are similar artist:

1. The Chemical Brothers
2. Digitalism
3. Justice
4. The Crystal Method
5. Fatboy Slim
6. The Prodigy
7. Orbital
8. Basement Jaxx
9. Stardust
10. Thomas Bangalter

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That’s Don Diablo, that’s 100% Future House, most of his label (Hexagon) is Future House too… Similar upbeat genres are Electro House, Progressive House, Bass House, etcMight want to try Trance, it’s faster and quite upbeat too, definitely has less of a “groove” than House IMO but it’s still very enjoyableOliver Heldens is another really big guy that makes Future House. Madison Mars and Landis are also worth checking out, they all do stuff similar to Don Diablo.

I run into the same problem: What the heck is this? I generally solve the problem by not mentioning genre at all, but of course if you’re uploading to SoundCloud or similar you’ll want to have something in there.So here’s my ruleset: I use the broadest genres possible.If it’s at least a little fast, it’s trance (if people call you out because it doesn’t sound like Dash Berlin, tell them you grew up on Trance Europe Express and they’re the ones who are wrong, damnit).If it’s fast and hard, it’s techno.If it’s slow, it’s downtempo.If it hasn’t got any drums, it’s ambient.Job done.Fun fact: I once sent one of my tracks — I don’t remember which one — to Ishkur, of the legendary Ishkur’s Guide To Electronic Music. If there’s anyone in the world who can figure out what genre something is in, it’s this guy. He said that he had no idea, but that he “wouldn’t kick it out of bed for eating crackers”, which I take as quite a compliment to this day!

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Perhaps. I'll definite dominant music genre by radio/top 40 support.EDM had a huge radio explosion in 2014. Artists like Martin Garrix and DJ Snake burst out onto the scene.Now, electronic music's influence is deeply heard on the airwaves and reflected on the charts. Here's my reasoning for why electronic music is still dominant.EDM Producers are making hit songs. Jack U's "Where Are U Now?", Major Lazer's "Lean On", and Seed's remix of "I took a Pill in Ibiza" have all been massive chart toppers. It's clear that electronic music producers are taking their songwriting and production muscles and applying it to Top 40. In the future, more record labels will promote their electronic producers to the radio audience.EDM Deeply Influences Top 40 Music. In the last few years, Top-40 has transitioned from rock and hip-hop style arrangements to heavily electronic beats. In 2016, Top 40 has taken on a bass-music feel, following the footsteps of DJ Snake, Major Lazer and Jack U, leaving behind the house music inspired sounds of Avicii and Swedish House Mafia. This bass takeover will continue throughout the year.

EDM is such a genre that is evolving daily and has a huge potential. New kind of music and genres keep developing. Making it concise and easy, I'll list down the so far known genres. I might miss out some, be sure to comment them down. I'll mention a YouTube playlist with each part, you need to listen to them and figure out the structure of each genre.Big room This is the one, that Hardwell - (the journey of Hardwell) got into the scene. The b stays in between 120–130 and has an astounding reverb in it. Here check this one. The following playlist will help you what a big room track is made of.Future house These kind of tracks are usually melodic with a punchy base. Usually in 120–125bpm. Artists like Don Diablo Mike Williams Madison Mars are the guys in this genre.Progressive House These are between 122–128 bpm tracks. Are usually festival tracks and usually have similar structures eg buildup and break part. Eg Martin Garrix KSHMRmore article on the linked keywordsBass House Bass house is a newly developed genre with bpm between 130–145. Here is the short video to get an idea.Dubstep Very filthy beats and tunes, bpm between 130–160.Psychedelic and Trance Artists like Vini Vici Rezz Inflected Mushroom Armin van buuren are into this genre. While psy is a sub genre of Trance, it has gained huge popularity and is establishing itself as an independent genre. Sort of hooo hooo in a unison while dancing to it gives you an idea its a psy track. While trance is usually uplifting.Future bass As the name suggests its a combination of future house and bass music. This is the most easy to identify, you know there's a melodic future house tune and comes the funky bass following it. Listen to artists like Illenium Marshmello Martin Garrix (a few of his tracks are future bass)I hope I was able to mention few of the most prominent genres in the electronic music scene.Thank you. You can check out the following to get a detailed idea into EDM.You will want to read more of my answersHereAtish Kumar's answer to Who is the best DJ this year on DJ Mag in your opinion?Atish Kumar's answer to Musicfellas: What are some 'must attend' music concerts/festivals in India?