At the same time Holmes was in the theater, techno music began blaring inside his apartment.
In fact, very little had been done in the way of anything besides lighting and techno.
No wonder Mark Zuckerberg and other oligarchs are so anxious to import “techno coolies” from abroad.
Limelight appealed and catered to everything from rockers, industrial people, the gay crowd, and techno, to everyone else.
But Ibiza reached its peak during the 90s, when the island became the starting point of the techno movement.
Fridays was techno from the U.K., since we were the first club to play techno.
It tends to be done in groups, set to techno beats, and often reveals a sweat-stained T-shirt.
word-forming element, from Greek tekhno-, combining form of tekhne "art, skill, craft, method, system," probably from PIE root *tek- "shape, make" (cf. Sanskrit taksan "carpenter," Latin texere "to weave;" see texture).
used to form nouns Having the indicated knowledge of, involvement with, or attitude toward technology, esp advanced and computer technology: technobuddy/ technofreak/ technogood/ technopeasant
Popular music using much technical equipment: manages to hammer enough melody into the wall of technopop he has erected (1990s+)