What colour are you?
I don't know why the maker never added Acousmatic composition, Berlin School, EAI, Kosmische, Musique concrete, Onkyo, turntable music, tape music or Wandelweiser, call them 'brown'.
Jesus Christ stop trying so fucking hard. It's clear from your namedropping of 'Wandelweisser' that you don't understand the lineage of that music.
You're a piece of shit and I want you to take a moment to reflect on that.
>Centered in New York City (Brooklyn in particular), illbient is a distinctly and consciously urban form of electronic music, aiming to express both the cultural variety and grimy decay of its surroundings. So dubbed by DJ Spooky (the style's defining artist), Illbient's eclectic, atmospheric pastiches are rooted foremost in ambient music, but may incorporate (in particular) dub, hip-hop, and drum'n'bass, plus occasional ethnic musics that blend well with whatever is already in the musical stew pot. In keeping with the moods suggested by its environment, illbient can be eerie and a little dark, or unpredictable and cloaked in noise, but nearly always retains its deliberate pace and nocturnal vibes.
white, orange, purple
>bearable only with outside influences, otherwise worst-tier
>great-tier (in order)
Why is dubstep under UK garbage
Why is idm under downtempo
>Dubstep /ˈdʌbstɛp/ is a genre that originated in South London, England. It emerged in the late 1990s as a development within a lineage of related styles such as 2-step garage, broken beat, drum and bass, jungle, dub and reggae
>such as 2-step garage
>Why is idm under downtempo
IDM and chillout/downtempo both kinda happened at the same time for non-dance electronic music, downtempo being the music played in club chillout rooms and on the Ibiza beaches at sunrise, IDM for those who were to scared to go to the club in the first place.
>white, orange, purple
you could make a much more sensible category under dub/reggae and fuse it together with breaks and hip hop.
except when it's more deeply rooted in dub/illbient with less bland and outdated rhythms
+/decent dancehall with dark atmospheres
I don't know. This type of chart cannot be made in a universally agreeable way anyway, so no point in arguing..
It's a shit chart. And thinks emphasizing electronic music is even necessary when music like jazz has influenced every single category more than anything else named here.