Indietronica

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Indietronica
Stylistic origins Indie rock, house, electronica, new wave, synthpop, IDM, neo-psychedelia, dream pop, alternative dance, electro, trip hop, dub, ambient techno
Cultural origins 1990s, United Kingdom and Germany
Typical instruments Vocals, keyboard, synthesizer, sampler, drum machine

Indietronica (also called Indie electronic) is a music genre that combines indie, electronica, rock and pop music.[1] Typical instruments used in indietronica music are the electronic keyboard, synthesizer, sampler, software synthesizer, MIDI controller, and drum machine. It is also closely related to the relatively less electronic and more acoustic chillwave (glo-fi) movement.


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