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List of Electronic Rock Bands and Artists : Vote for your favorites.

List of Electronic Rock Bands and Artists   : Vote for your favorites.

The use of electronic music technology in rock music coincided with the practical availability of electronic musical instruments and the genre's emergence as a distinct style. Rock music has been highly dependent on technological developments, particularly the invention and refinement of the synthesizer, the development of the MIDI digital format and computer technology.

In the late 1960s, rock musicians began to use electronic instruments, like the theremin and Mellotron, to supplement and define their sound; by the end of the decade the Moog synthesizer took a leading place in the sound of emerging progressive rock bands who would dominate rock in the early 1970s. In the 1980s, more commercially oriented synthpop dominated electronic rock. In the new millennium the spread of recording software led to the development of new distinct genres including electroclash, dance-punk and new rave.

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  1. 9
    Klaxons
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  2. 15
    LM.C
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  3. 16
    Nero
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  4. 26
    Julien-K
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  5. 33
    Jape
    74
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  6. 34
    Delphic
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  7. 35
    Crosses
    62
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  8. 44
    The Fly
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  9. 47
    KLOQ
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  10. 49
    Chon
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