Template talk:Minimal music (EDM) footer

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Click-hop and Minimal glitch[edit]

Just curious - should the entries Click-hop and Minimal glitch, added by User:Jotsko on 22 June 2010, simply point to the page defining the word Glitch? Pasicles (talk) 22:01, 17 April 2012 (UTC)

Okay, I've made the following changes to this template:

  • I've removed the links for Click-hop and Minimal glitch, since they were both just directing to the computer term Glitch. I've removed the link to Maximalism since the page in question says almost nothing about music.
  • I've added a link to the actual Glitch music genre, and I've added links to the Drone and Lowercase genres.
  • I've also removed the link to Underground Resistance (band). Possibly this template could have a second list of bands producing minimalist electronic music, but at the moment just having one group on the template gives it undue prominence, and the band in question doesn't even seem to be that focused on minimalist techno anyway.

Pasicles (talk) 19:14, 27 April 2012 (UTC)