Techno is a genre of electronic music that emerged in the United States in the mid-1980s.
Most often composed in home studios and reinterpreted by disc jockeys during festive practices, techno is above all dance music, in essence repetitive.

Its gestation took place in parallel with the appearance of house music in Chicago,
but techno was more readily inspired by electro and new wave, as well as soul, funk and futuristic musical themes that prevailed in popular culture, especially in post-Cold War industrial America.

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