The only real answer to this question is "all of them." At the time she was active, in the early sixties, there were no separate subgenres --or really, even any main genre. Electronica was still considered experimental, futuristic, novelty music --not something you would hear on the radio, or at a club. The creation of EDM as a viable genre was still at ...
I listened to the piece World Is Not Enough. It reminds me of 90s "industrial rock". Groups like Ministry, Nine Inch Nails, and some of the harder stuff from Aphex Twin (eg. Bucephalus Bouncing Ball). Also the layering of rhythms reminds me of "Afrobeat" and the African rhythms of Art Blakey.
I think adding vocals would be good, otherwise the loops can ...
Beatport labels this track as electronica-downtempo. See the side bar using previous link for similar artists and tracks. Another answer suggested Deep-House, though that genre usually has BPM's around 120, not 105.
I will admit I am one of those who is a huge fan of the general EDM/Techno genre. I believe it is a growing genre because of the huge boost in artists and styles it brings to the table; almost to the point where its almost a crime to put it all under the label of ¨Techno¨ or ¨EDM¨.
Name the ¨feel¨ or ¨desire¨ of a song you want to listen to and there´s ...
Wikipedia currently treats them as synonyms (redirecting "retrowave" to synthwave) and I couldn't find any authoritative sources, but according to user Zsokorad on Reddit:
Synthwave is the all-encompassing genre of "music with synthesizer sounds". Synthwave started in the late 70s and has been around ever since to some degree. But there have been two ...
Also according to Wikipedia
Trance Ragecore unlike other forms of trance which prefer the
classical vibe,"Trance Ragecore" is a new form of trance involving the
extended electrical feel of faster trance and Darkpsy Psytrance mixed
with the goth rap of Rap Metal and has baroque, Techno and Acid House
elements in it to create a very frightening ...
via reddit trapmetal , this documentary names a number of artists : for example Prxjek
Another compilation here, with names.
sounds as if the definition of "ragecore" is still fluid, or subject to some overlap with other similar genres.
Assuming that the "red jacket" is like a "smoking jacket", I think it could be Guy-Manuel of Daft Punk? This fan website talks about a red jacket worn by GM at the time of the band's Discovery album, and has pictures of the fan's recreation of that jacket, which looks like a red leather smoking jacket. The album had a tie-in with an animated film ...
The sample comes from the movie Dr. Strangelove by Stanley Kubrick in 1964.
The line is:
The doomsday machine. (...) A device which will destroy all human and animal life on earth.
Here is a video and the whole movie script.
I'm not sure if this is it's own specific genre, but here are some related ones to help you find more music of this type.
Lo-fi, ambient, and chill-out are all modifiers that can be added to "hip hop" to give more calm and melodic songs --often featuring piano --with modern beats. From the other side, NuJazz is a jazz offshoot that uses electronic ...
I think the start is a sped up sample of the classic Sweet - The Ballroom Blitz, released 1974 and it sits comfortably in the glam rock genre, but then the high tight drum sound seems to be more rockabilly, such as the Stray Cats.
It also has a strong beat, with lots of fuzzy and distorted vocals, both from the dance genre.
As I get older I realise more ...