|Stylistic origins||Jam bands, electronica|
|Cultural origins||Late-1990s, United States|
|Typical instruments||Synthesizer - Drum machine - Sequencer - Keyboard - Sampler (traditional instrumentation such as bass, drums often featured more regularly than in other electronic genres)|
A 2005 article in Entertainment Weekly identified Sound Tribe Sector 9 (STS9) as the leading livetronica band. Although STS9 guitarist Hunter Brown has expressed basic reservations about the "livetronica" label, explaining that "it's a really vague term to describe a lot of bands," he did cite Tortoise as stylistic precursors. Entertainment Weekly also identified Prefuse 73, VHS or Beta, Lotus, Signal Path, MFA, New Deal and Midwest Product as notable livetronica groups.
- "Jam_ON". Sirius XM. Retrieved November 20, 2012. "Not all jam music uses guitars. On Jamtronica you'll hear another side of things: music that's improvisational, live and ELECTRONIC!"
- Drumming, Neil (February 21, 2005). "Pushing Your Buttons". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved November 19, 2012.
- Harrington, Jim (April 14, 2005). "Be it tie-dye or techno, STS9 has a good time". Oakland Tribune. Retrieved November 19, 2012. – via HighBeam Research (subscription required)
- "About Livetronica". Archived from the original on 2008-07-23.
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