Techno music - Could it be a Scam?

Listen to this recent Techno mix from Scottish Dj Greg Sawers. Showcasing some of the latest minimal, tech house and industrial techno, Sawers also fuses dub and electronica into the mix. With https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ogfvbDbVjOA - Techno Mix - nods to artists like Hollen, Richie Hawtin and Barem it's clear Sawers is infleunced by the MNus label yet also displays his influences from other industrial artists like Marcel Dettman, Chris Liebing and Adam Beyer.
Although active in different EDM genres, techno is Sawers' long standing favourite genre after going to techno nights put on at the famous Arches night club in Glasgow. Techno more than many EDM genres has an innate ability to lock people into the rythmic and tribal sounds so synonomous with the genre. It's this hypnotic quality that allows for maximum experimentation and expression, particularly with many different effects.
Since its early days in Detroit the techno sound has morphed through various sub-genres to now provide a kaleidoscope of sounds for djs, producers and listeners alike. It also remains arguably the single most popular genre due to its appeal globally. Something about the genre allows partygoers to simply be themselves on a dancefloor, free from the pretence of the glitz and glamour that can sometimes surround other genres of dance music.
The genre is now achieving good success in placed like North America where previously EDM held less mass appeal. It seems certain to grow even further in appeal over the next few years due to an army of techno enthusiasts that continue to produce, dj or simply enjoy and share the music with their friends.
Where techno will be in ten years time is hard to say but it's very likely same staple beats, rhythms and melodies will be familiar albeit within a new style. For now techno continues to satisfy its legions with the mesmerizing and industrial sounds it is built on.