Not so sure it's just distanced enjoyment without commitment, the way Zizek talks about cynicism.
In some of this music there's a rage at not being able to escape, being integrated and coopted no matter what you do, so you impotently lash out through self-destructive and absurd hyperconformity that is deemed abnormal and antisocial by the system itself. So there's really no enjoyment in the cynical sense, you lash out because the music itself is extremely painful to you and you can't take it anymore, what you enjoy instead is taking revenge on society by making it excessively violent - considering pop music is really a form of violence.
It's kinda similar to some aspects of Notes From the Underground, you also have a protagonist that wants to desperately escape and take revenge through self-destruction.
The problem with most of PC Music and similar shit is rather that retroactively cca 2000 pop does it much much better, it's more """hyperpop""". PC Music just can't help itself and veers into artsy fartsy cliches instead of actually driving the conformity itself to the extreme.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZyhrYis509Ahttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xiWtqVtd1Oo
Machine Girl is also better IMO, although it's a different approach, it lets impotent rage pour through.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AqRHvSC-kIc