It is thought by many to be one of the first Electronic Dance Music subgenres to have kicked off in The UK.
In contrast to the frequency modulations and distortions used in Acid House, Bleep Techno has unmodulated synth lines, giving it a "bleepy" sound. The sub-bass is massive and topped by just sparse melodies.
On to the early 1990s, and the scene went on to other genres like Breakbeat, Hardcore and Jungle. Bleep Techno affected the development of the early UK Rave scene and shaped the sound of British music, including younger styles like Dub Step and Grime.
Classic bleep artists would include;-