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  1. You don't listen to electronic music, I guess? The "standard" progression there is i-bVII-bVI, looped over.

  2. You're spot on pointing out that it's essentially an A minor chord progression where the A chord is, instead major quality. This is a pretty solid example of modal mixture, "borrowing" chords from a parallel key. In this case, the A mjor chord is "borrowed" from A major while the rest of the progression is in A minor.

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