"Such sweet compulsion doth in music lie"
- John Milton

Don't just hear, but feel the music, dance freely or just groove to the beats, let all your worries go and enjoy the moment! Honestly, some might say it's even therapeutic. The feeling where is you don't let stress or worldly worries control you, comes naturally with the deeper and progressive sounds.

Some might argue that it's the new genre and hence you haven't updated your music collection (sheer laziness cannot be matched with the changing music preferences). But everything aside, the roots of electronic music can be traced back to as early as 1950s! That's when an electronic music synthesizer was designed by Herbert Belar and Harry Olson at RCA.

Not boring you with much of history, but electronic music had a lot of geographical influence as well. Like Detroit was turning to be the base for Techno, Chicago was embracing the deeper sounds of house music and even the UK was not far behind with their progressive beats. Did you know that even The Beatles were experimenting songs with keyboard and synthesizer?

While change is the very nature of electronic music, development in technology plays a good influence. There are very many genres and sub-genres of electronic music out there (like really very many, it is hard to keep track), and primarily are a result of the underground music movement.

The movement first began when secret parties were being held at garages and warehouses spontaneously, where the DJ takes you through a journey of emotions together. Even "Rave" was initially coined as a term for feeling communality and sharing a social experience with music and light. However, over the years we have heard (or even experienced) a much more exploited version of Rave.

All in all, there are many versions of history or evolution of electronic music but what matters most is how everyone around the world is embracing the artist productions from independent artists, instead of big labels and joining the wave of underground music.