Dangdut: an Indonesian genre of music that combines Indian, Middle Eastern, Malay, Latin and rock music and uses guitars, synthesizers, gendang drums, tabla, flute, bass guitar, and tambourine.
Campursari: Indonesian genre of music that’s a mix of traditional and modern Javanese music with keroncong influences. The instruments vary, but are generally a small gamelan ensemble combined with Western instruments like electronic keyboards, guitar, and saxophone. It originated in the 1960’s with the modern form happening in 1988 with Manthous.
Keroncong: Indonesian genre originating in the 1920’s that uses violin, ukulele, guitar, upright bass, cello, flute and nowadays, electronic keyboards. It’s looked upon as nostalgic but really old school by most Indonesians these days, though a revival is happening.
Luk Thung: a Thai genre of country music, uses a mixture of Thai and Western instruments, though the latter are used more often nowadays, such as guitar, bass, drums or drum machine, synthesizers and keyboards, saxophone, and accordion. Popular in the 60’s in Thailand.
Morlam: Northern Thai/Isān country music which has an uptempo beat with the following instruments: guitar, phin (Thai lute), khæn (Thai mouth organ), bass, drums, keyboards especially set to synth sounds/Farfisa or YC-45D organ settings/ethnic instruments sounds/brass section, accordion, saxophone, and in more traditional genres flutes, panpipes, reed horns, and other stuff.
Somali pop: Somalian popular music genre with pentatonic scales and synthesized backing.
Duranguense: Mexican music genre with cheesy synth tuba and trumpet backing, synthesizers playing melody lines and bass and chords, trombones, saxophones, and drums.
Cumbia Villera: a Latino genre with explicit lyrics (both profanity and sexually explicit lyrics) originating in Argentina. They use synthesizers to create the music as well as bass guitar, drums, and rhythm guitar.
Rigsar: Bhutanese popular music with 6/8 time beats used in Bhutanese cinema and TV shows. The most popular music genre in Bhutan.
Lok Dohori: Nepali folk music played with keyboard backing and flutes and other instruments.