We used to turn on radio and hear an inaudible mixture of Lil Wayne and Nickelback tracks, so we took solace in finding our personal soundtracks in other places. From dark rooms and record stores to obscure international websites, we prided ourselves on finding the next sound. As others derided us for our particular musical taste, we knew we were on to something special. As our love for electronic music has grown, so has the commercial prospects of the music. It's easy to lament it as a bastardization of our music, but it's also misguided. Not only is it a natural evolution, it's a good one. Commercialization isn't just a buzzword, and it certainly ain't a bad word.