Definitions

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  • n. Any of a wide range of electronic music genres.
  • n. Electronic items in general.
  • n. The data trail of an individual on the public internet.

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Examples

  • But, you know -- it's interesting, since the art of song writing seems to have taken a nosedive, I've gone the way of what they call electronica music.

    CNN Transcript Apr 14, 2006

  • Jamie Lidell, an Englishman who has spent time on the Berlin electronica scene, bounded onstage wearing a gold-lamé jacket with a gold-tinsel wig.

    Pitchfork Music Festival: An Afternoon of Cross-dressing, Masks and Glitter - ArtsBeat Blog - NYTimes.com

  • I'm going to be talking about electronica from the Japanese doujin and underground communities.

    Anime Nano!

  • "But electronica is the most urban musical genre," he adds, "and few cities are as urban as big Chinese metropolises have now become.

    In China, Musicians For the Modern Era

  • Even those not interested in electronica and techno are sure to enjoy Dark Room Notes’s music.

    Band Spotlight: Irish Electro-Rock/Synthpop Band Dark Room Notes | Fandomania

  • Beats me, but I guess it means a figure of that stature and not, as you say, someone who invented a genre out of his own protean imagination and virtuosity, all of which is just so alien to the idea of electronica to begin with.

    Hamster; Dance – The Bleat.

  • The rest of Major Lazer's debut album "Guns Don't Kill People…Lazers Do" posits the sound of Auto-Tuned vocals as a kind of sonic lingua franca linking Eurodisco and dancehall reggae and hipster electronica, which is interesting.

    NYT > Home Page

  • To say that kooky ladies who are keen on their electronica has been a feature of the last year would be a gargantuan understatement.

    Virtual Festivals

  • The genre that has come to be known as electronica has earned a reputation for engaging the body, while being disengaged from the mind.

    Aspen Times - Top Stories

  • Their small TVs are fairly cheap and they give "electronica" points of 20% off which is real money meant to be used on future purchases.

    TV Shopping

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