There is plenty of quirky electronic out there that fits all the emotions. Its a bit like seeing electronic as extroverted, and rock as introverted. Such generalizations make no sense.
Music I love is Nick Cave and Mr. Cohen... The distinctive/timeless feel is what does it. I like how its almost about a single persona, almost crafted, rather than being highly associative. For emotional music I always go for singer/songwriters, or bands that are almost completely focused on the lead member.
Music definately is like a drug for me. Don't get physical sensations (I only do when its a hollywood soundtrack, or battle metal or something) It definately feels like a fix when after long periods of silence or daily noise, and I can get sick of it in the same kinda way. It becomes slightly intellectual, ironically, when I'm listening to more general/sensational stuff, and I'll try to analyse and think, ok thats original, or derivative of so and so, or just plain bombastic or whatever. When you've got groups of people coming together I think its extremely hard for them to gel into the same 'whole' that an individual naturally is, so it focuses more on creativity, over crafting something truly expressive. My 'sensational' band of the moment is The Black Keys (who are as addicting as crack right now).
^ damn, thats about the most infp thing I've ever written.