Electronica is way too big an umbrella term to easily define in my opinion. Sort of like 'rock.'
My own tastes tend to run along the lines of:
acid house like Phuture; early Detroit techno like Model 500; Basic Channel style dubtronica and later offshoots like Monolake; Fennesz style glitch; classic IDM like AFX, Mouse on Mars, and Boards of Canada; experimental ambient stuff like The Orb; heroin house like Deepchord and Quantec; pop ambient like Wolfgang Voigt, Thomas Fehlmann and Brock Van Wey; witch house like Balam Acab; turntablism like The Samps and DJ Koze.
I would consider YMO to be electro pop, though their latest reunion tour with Fennesz has some definite electronica infused into it.
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Personally I find the TO GO! 334 transparent enough to handle just about any genre under the sun at lest fairly well. I don't use EQ often myself, but I think it responds well to such things if one wanted to make slight alterations for a particular track.
Agree with this. Perhaps on music more in the metal genre, I would prefer something with a bit more bass, but for the most part I've been liking them for just about everything. Their sheer speed, transparency, and especially rich yet detailed mids cause me to enjoy them on just about everything. It's actually uncanny how connected and flowing the mids are, while being the most transparent and detailed I've ever heard. If bass is required, I just tick it up a tad where needed on my Sony X.