World Techno Day - December 9
Sat Dec 9th

World Techno Day

World Techno Day, December 9th, commemorates experimental dance music. The day also encourages people to learn more about techno and listening to this style of music.

Techno is a subset of music produced by electronic devices, such as synthesizers, sequencers, or drum machines. On the floor beat, this dance music is characterized by a repeating four. The tempo usually ranges from 120 to 150 beats per minute. Techno music is usually created for a set being played by a DJ. Dance clubs, and almost every other place that welcomes people to dance, usually play techno music.

Techno music is an offshoot of house music, which is considered more soulful. In Chicago in the 1970s, House music first appeared in Chicago. In Detroit, techno music made its way in the 1980s. Young African Americans get the credit for inventing techno. Many regard Juan Atkins as the "father of techno" in the industry. Atkins grew up in a Detroit suburb. To produce the techno sound, he experimented with a synthesizer and a tape deck.

These are some of the most popular techno tracks on the internet.

  • Juan Atkins' "Cosmic Cars" by Juan Atkins "Cosmic Cars" by Juan Atkins "Cosmic Cars" by Juan Atkins "Cosmic Cars" by Juan Atkins
  • "Magnese" by Surgeon
  • Richie Hawtin's "The Tunnel" by Richie Hawtin on "The Tunnel" by Richie Hawtin
  • Sven Vath's "Electric Salsa" by Sven Vath "Electric Salsa" by Sven Vath
  • Nina Kraviz's "Ghetto Kraviz" by Nina Kraviz on "Ghetto Kraviz" is a word that refers to "Ghetto Kraviz" by Nina Kraviz
  • Ben Klock's "Subjecto" is a form of "Subpo" by the end of the year
  • Kevin Saunderson's "E Dancer" by Kevin Saunderson "E Dancer" was "e Dancer"
  • Kraftwerk's "Autobahn" by Kraftwerk "Autobahn" by Kraftwerk
  • Jeff Mills' "The Bells" by Jeff Mills on "The Bells" by Jeff Mills

Although this music was extremely popular in the 1980s, it is now making a comeback. In fact, Electronic Dance Music (EDM) is now the third most popular music genre in the world. Techno music festivals are held in many countries around the world. Europe hosts some of the world's most well-attended techno festivals. The Awakenings Festival in the Netherlands, Time Warp in Germany, Exit Festival in Serbia, and the Sonus Festival in Croatia are among the events that have been held.

How to celebrate #worldtechnoday in #worldtechnoday

Listening to techno music is the best way to get to this day. If you're new to this music style, take a look at some of the above-listed songs online and take a listen. Go to a club with your friends and dance to techno music. You can also learn more about techno music history and how it came about. Plan to attend a forthcoming techno music festival if you like techno music. #WorldTechnoDay: With #WorldTechnoDay, you can post your favorite techno music on social media.

History of the world's first techno day has dominated history

This day has been around since 2003. The observance is also a nod to Juan Atkins, one of the genre's pioneers. He was born on December 9, 1962, and was born on December 9, 1962.