Autechre
Tri Repetae
Vitalic

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Influenced by the early-'80s phenomenon of electro-funk but also reliant on Detroit techno and elements of ambient-house, Electro-Techno emerged in the mid-'90s when a full-fledged electro flashback hit London clubs, complete with body-rocking robots and vocoder-distorted vocals, inspired by original electro classics like Afrika Bambaataa's "Planet Rock." The actual fad -- spearheaded by Clear Records and led by artists like Jedi Knights, Tusken Raiders, and Gescom (masks for Global Communication, ยต-Ziq, and Autechre, respectively) -- was quick in passing, but it inspired some excellent music during the latter half of the '90s, including the work of England's Skam Records, Sweden's Dot Records and, closer to the original sources, Detroit's Drexciya and Aux 88.

Electro-Techno Artists Highlights

Autechre
Autechre
Vitalic
Vitalic
Thug Entrancer
Thug Entrancer
Plaid
Plaid
Adult.
Adult.
Peaches
Peaches

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Electro-Techno Album Highlights

Tri Repetae
Autechre
Tri Repetae
Bytes
The Black Dog
Bytes
Headstates
Slam
Headstates
Trainer
Plaid
Trainer
LP5
Autechre
LP5
Garbage
Autechre
Garbage

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Electro-Techno Song Highlights

Title/Composer Performer Stream
Rotar
Autrechre
Object Orient The Black Dog
Emotive Slam
Norte Route Balil
Fold4, Wrap5
Autechre
Garbagemx36 Autechre
Tahr The Black Dog
Cry Baby Aphrohead
Serge fenix Rendered 2 AFX
Rerelease Hysteresis Mouse on Mars

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