With the widespread use of technology, techno music has become increasingly popular. Its roots can be traced back to the venues of Detroit and Chicago in the 1980s and 1990s, but it has now become a global phenomenon. Musicians have blended rhythms and beat with other elements to produce unique and imaginative styles of music. There are more and more artists that are arriving on the scene and making a name for themselves. Tyler Morris, aka Westend, has made his mark on the area of tech-house with songs like “Don’t Stop,” “Nakey,” and “Detonate” with John Summit.
He even took part in a recent show at the Avant Gardner stage with Martin Iken and Fischer.
Another one taking the spotlight is Japanese artist Qrion.
She has been having massive success with releases like Sine Wave Party
and stage appearances at Group Therapy Weekender and Groove Cruise Miami. Her layers of digital and organic music that makeup both her remixes and original releases are what keep people coming back for more.
It certainly doesn’t end there. Artists from all around the globe continue to make techno music, and people from all around the globe continue to listen. Irish-born Rebūke, British Marsh
and Americans like Wenzday
and RYBO all continue to flood the scene with more techno music.
There is a reason that techno is the second largest music genre in the U.S. in 2020. It certainly doesn’t look to be shrinking anytime soon, either.