Ishkur's Guide to Electronic Music

For those of you out there that feel overwhelmed, or have no idea, about how diverse electronic music is, I present to you Ishkur's Guide to Electronic Music. It is easily found on Google because of the useful, detailed, and sometimes humorous information about almost any electronic sub-genre imaginable.

It is, however, a set of opinions. Some of these you may take with a grain of salt since we should all know by now that objectivity, especially in music, is impossible.

The site has a map divided in slabs of genres with chunks of sub-genres that resemble the solar system in relation to the decades when the music was made. I also enjoy the "asteroid belts" of eras that some of us out there will laugh out loud in disbelief that we actually liked it, or remember vividly.

Each button has a description and a couple samples. Some of the genres I specialize in I have problems with the choices he made, but as I said before: opinions are opinions.

So sit back, relax, and take the tour.

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