Rock music is electronic music, dependent entirely on electronic circuitry and amplification.
You're surrounded by electronic music in New York. I mean New York is one of the few places in North America where electronic music is the prevalent form.
It is the element I miss in electronic music - no performance, no loving immersion. Maybe that is why I was never particularly drawn to electronic music.
I love some electronic music. I'm not a big fan of dubstep, but there is so much good electronic music out there.
Maybe one day there will finally be an education for electronic music.
I've been a fan of electronic music since the beginning.
I'm an electronic guy, I'm a freak for electronic music but real instruments, the dynamic range of it, and the emotions, there's no comparison.
I spent most of the year in the studio for electronic music at a radio station in Cologne or in other studios where I produced new works with all kinds of electronic apparatus.
If anything, a lot of electronic music is music that no one listens to at home, hardly. It's really only to be heard when everyone's out enjoying it.
Computers and electronic music are not the opposite of the warm human music. It's exactly the same.
I don't feel that electronic music has to stand on the back of urban artists or anyone else to be recognized. It's great music.
When it comes to electronic music, I started listening to a lot of Daft Punk, way before I knew what house music was, and then progressed into a lot of Steve Angello, Eric Prydz, Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso, and Laidback Luke.
Some people think electronic music is cold, but I think that has more to do with the people listening than the actual music itself.
I only discovered electronic music as a teenager and I still love the Prodigy and Massive Attack.
I love electronic music, and I love drum and bass.
When I started working on electronic music, that was after the rave period. I haven't even seen that part of it that much.
I think the Flecktones are a mixture of acoustic and electronic music with a lot of roots in folk and bluegrass as well as funk and jazz.
When I'm skiing, I listen to electronic music. It's repetitive and let's me get into a groove and crank out the miles.
A lot of people see electronic music as a flavor of the week, but it can be more than that - has to be more than that.
I think people in electronic music are trying to get these big features: 'Oh my gosh, I'm gonna get the biggest pop star to feature on my track.'
I do feel like there's a level of ridiculousness going on in electronic music... It's getting borderline absurd out there.