A good friend said something to me years ago that I remember with great clarity: "I don't listen to bands that have a drummer named Roland."
I'm not a terribly good keyboard player. However, there is something that sets me apart from 90% of people who wander into the keyboard section of musical instrument stores: I use more than two fingers. Actually, there are a lot more things that set me apart. I can read music, I know what a chord is, and what music I have written, amateur as it is, has more than four measures of unique melody.
Music is a wonderful, powerful, spiritual, and organic thing that comes from creative people translating emotion into sound by using their fingers and breath to manipulate instruments crafted from wood and catgut and brass and wire and animal skin... or at least a device that does a good job reproducing such sounds. It is not someone moving volume sliders on an arpegiator.
Yes, I know that some truly creative, complex, and melodic electronic music does exist, but it's one hell of a lot easier to find high quality examples of any other genre of music.
Honestly, I wonder if the reason drugs are so closely associated with rave/dance culture is that you have to be on drugs in order to find the music inoffensive.