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House is a genre of electronic dance music. It was created by disc jockeys and music producers from Chicago 's underground club culture in the early and mid s, [1] as DJs from the subculture began altering disco dance tracks to give them a more mechanical beat and deeper basslines. As well, these DJs began to mix synth pop, rap, Latin music, and even jazz into their tracks.

FingersMarshall JeffersonPhutureand many others. House has had and still has a huge impact on pop music in general and dance music in particular. Many house producers also did and do remixes for pop artists.

As of today, house music remains popular on radio and in clubs while retaining a foothold on the underground scenes across the globe. The drum beats in house music are almost always provided by an electronic drum machineoften a Roland TRTR[14] or a TR rather than by a live drummer. One classic subgenre, acid houseis defined through the squelchy sounds created by the Roland TB bass synthesizer. The structure of house music songs — or "tracks", as they are usually called — typically involves an introa chorusvarious verse sections, a midsection and an outro.

Some songs do not have a verse, taking a vocal part from the chorus and repeating the same cycle. One of the main influences of house was disco.

Various disco songs incorporated sounds produced with Era - Various - Trance Plant: Laidback Trance Seed 3 Ibiza Edition and electronic drum Free Love (Dub Mix) - Voice Farm - Free Love, and some compositions were entirely electronic; examples include Italian composer Giorgio Moroder 's late s productions such as Donna Summer 's hit single " I Feel Love " fromCerrone 's Terry Tibbs / Beat And Wisk - Very Special / Children Of God Supernature "[19] Yellow Magic Orchestra 's synth-disco-pop productions from Yellow Magic Orchestra or Solid State Survivor[20] [21] and several early s productions by Hi-NRG groups like LimeTrans-X and Bobby O.

While most post-disco disc jockeys primarily stuck to playing their conventional ensemble and playlist of dance records, Frankie Knuckles and Ron Hardytwo influential DJs of house music, were known for their unusual and non-mainstream playlists and mixing. Knuckles, often credited as "the Godfather of House" and resident DJ at the Warehouse from toworked primarily with early disco music with a hint of new and different music whether it was post-punk or post-disco.

Ron Hardy produced unconventional DIY mixtapes which he later played straight-on in the successor of the Warehouse, the Music Box reopened and renamed in after Knuckles left. I wasn't even into dance music before I went to the Music Box [ I was into rock and roll. We would get drunk and listen to rock and roll. We didn't give a fuck, we were like ' Disco Sucks! I hated dance music 'cos I couldn't dance. I thought dance music was kind of wimpy, until I heard it at like Music Box volume.

Rachel Cain, better known as Screamin Rachaelco-founder of the highly influential house label Trax Recordswas previously involved in the burgeoning punk scene. Cain cites industrial music another genre pioneered in Chicago and post-punk record store Wax Trax! Records later a record label as an important connection between the ever-changing underground sounds of Chicago.

The electronic instrumentation and minimal arrangement of Charanjit Singh 's Synthesizing: Ten Ragas to a Disco Beatan album of Indian ragas performed in a disco style, anticipated the sounds of acid house music, but it is not known to have had any influence on the genre prior to the album's rediscovery in the 21st century. Some DJs made and played their own edits of their favorite songs on reel-to-reel tapeand sometimes mixed in electronic effectsdrum machines, synthesizers and other Cant Stop Now (Love Is Calling) - Tammi Terrell - Irresistible Tammi Terrell electronic instrumentation.

The hypnotic electronic dance song "On and On", produced in by Chicago DJ Jesse Saunders and co-written by Vince Lawrencehad typical elements of the early house sound, such as the Roland TB bass synthesizer and minimal vocals as well as a Roland TR drum machine and a Korg Poly synthesizer.

It also utilized the bassline from Player One's disco record " Space Invaders " Other examples from around that time, such as J. Silk 's " Music is the Key "have also been cited to be the first house tracks. In any case, it was the first record to use the words "Jack" and "House"; with "jack" referring to the " Jacking " dance style that was popular in the house scene at the time. The minimalist arrangements, using repetitive lyrics and sampling technology, created a blueprint for future House music.

Starting in andmore and more Chicago DJs began producing and releasing original compositions. These compositions used newly affordable electronic instruments and enhanced styles of disco and other dance music they already favored. These homegrown productions were played on Chicago radio stations and in local clubs catering mainly to BlackHispanicand gay audiences.

Subgenres of house, including deep house Era - Various - Trance Plant: Laidback Trance Seed 3 Ibiza Edition acid house, quickly emerged and gained traction. Acid housea rougher and more abstract subgenre, arose from Chicago artists' experiments with the squelchy sounds of the Roland TB bass synthesizer that define the genre. Later, visiting DJs and producers from Detroit fell into the genre. Trax Records and DJ International RecordsChicago labels with wider distribution, helped popularize house music inside and outside of Chicago.

The first major success of house music outside the U. Around that time, UK record labels started releasing house music by Chicago acts, but as the genre grew popular, the UK itself became one of the new hot Jan Fifka - Ještě Jen Dále Pojd / Již Zvadly Květy Jasmínu (Shellac) for house, acid house and techno music, experiencing the so called second summer of love between and One book states the name house music originated from a Chicago club called the Warehousewhich existed from to Frankie began the trend of splicing together different records when he found that the records he had weren't long enough to satisfy his audience of dancers.

In the Channel 4 documentary Pump Up The VolumeKnuckles remarks that the first time he heard the term "house music" was upon seeing "we play house music" on a sign in the window of a bar on Chicago's South Side.

One of the people in the car with him joked, "you know that's the kind of music you play down at the Warehouse! Mostly the documentary looks at some of the DJs from that genre, and how they stumbled into the music. He came over to my club Era - Various - Trance Plant: Laidback Trance Seed 3 Ibiza Edition night, and into the DJ booth and said to me, 'I've got the gimmick that's gonna take all the people out of your club and into mine — it's called House music.

Chip E. Patrons later asked for new Era - Various - Trance Plant: Laidback Trance Seed 3 Ibiza Edition for the bins, which Chip E. International record label, was asked about the "house" moniker, he did not mention Importes Etc. However, he agreed that "house" was a regional catch-all term for dance music, and that it was once synonymous with older disco music, before it became a way to refer to "new" dance music.

Larry Hearda. Fingers", claims that the term "house" became popular due to many of the early DJs creating music in their own home studios using affordable synthesizers and drum machines, such as the Roland TRTR[52] and the Roland TB bassline synth. Juan Atkinsan originator of Detroit techno music, claims the term "house" reflected the exclusive association of particular tracks with particular clubs and DJs; those records helped differentiate the clubs and DJs, and thus were considered to be their "house" records.

Early house lyrics contained positive, uplifting messages for all people, from every different walk of life but spoke especially to those who were considered to be outcasts, especially African-Americans, Latinos, and the gay subculture. As well, house music lyrics encouraged unity and called for people of all ethnic groups and backgrounds to come together.

The house music dance scene was one of the most integrated and progressive spaces in the s; gays, blacks, and other minority groups were able to dance together in a positive environment. Frankie Knuckles once said that the Warehouse club Era - Various - Trance Plant: Laidback Trance Seed 3 Ibiza Edition Chicago was like "church for people who have fallen from grace".

House record producer Marshall Jefferson compared it to "old-time religion in the way that people just get happy and screamin'". Some house lyrics contained messages calling for equality, unity and freedom of expression beyond racial or sexual differences e. However, not all house music songs had vocals, and in many cases, the vocals were quite meaningless, as the most important element in house was the beat and rhythm.

Detroit techno is an offshoot of Chicago house music [57] which developed in the early and mids. One of the earliest hits was " Big Fun " by Inner City. Detroit techno developed as the DJ The Electrifying Mojo did his radio program, which fused eclectic sounds into the signature Detroit techno sound. Derrick May a.

Transmat Records also released such as 's "Wiggin". As well, Derrick May had [ citation Irgendwann - Various - Club Top 13 National - September/Oktober 1987 ] Era - Various - Trance Plant: Laidback Trance Seed 3 Ibiza Edition on Kool Kat Records and many remixes for underground and mainstream recording artists.

Kevin Saunderson's company KMS Records contributed many releases that were as much house music as they were techno. These tracks were well received in Chicago and played on Chicago radio and in clubs. Inas house music became more popular among general audiences, Kevin Saunderson's group Inner City with Paris Gray released the hits "Big Fun" and " Good Life ", which eventually were picked up by Virgin Records.

The Detroit Techno scene was also met with some conflict. Reynold's "A Tale of Three Cities" discussed the acceptance and inclusion of marginalized groups within each genre of Techno, House, and Garage. Detroit turned out to be Anthony Malvo - Friend Indeed wealthier black youth tried to discourage ghetto youth from enjoying Techno.

Comparing that to the religious sanctuary that House provided, Chicago became a true "house" to the black, Hispanic, and gay communities in Chicago. With house music already important in the s dance club scene, eventually house penetrated the UK pop charts.

Richards' approach to house focuses on the deep basslines. C played a key role in early UK house. House first charted in the UK in Wolverhampton following on from the success of the Northern Soul scene.

The same month also saw Raze enter the top 20 with "Jack the Groove", and several further house hits reached the top ten that year. Stock Aitken Waterman SAW expensively-produced productions The Porcupine Tree* - Delerium EP Mel and Kimincluding the number-one hit "Respectable", added elements of house to their previous Europop sound.

Key labels in the rise of house music in the UK included:. Early British house music quickly set itself apart from the original Chicago house sound. Many of the early hits were based on sample montage, and unlike the US soulful vocals, in UK house, rap was often used for vocals far more than in the US[ citation needed ] and humor and wit was an important element.

The house music club scene in cities such as BirminghamLeedsSheffieldWolverhampton and London were provided with dance tracks by many underground Pirate Radio stations. Club DJs also brought in new house styles, which helped bolster this music genre. These labels also promoted UK dance music acts.

House was also being developed by DJs and record producers in the booming dance club scene in Ibiza. While no house artists or labels came from this tiny island at the time, mixing experiments and Era - Various - Trance Plant: Laidback Trance Seed 3 Ibiza Edition done by Ibiza DJs helped to influence the house style.

By the mids a distinct Balearic mix of house was discernible. Several influential clubs in Ibiza, such as Amnesia, with DJ Alfredo at the decks, were playing a mix of rock, pop, disco and house. These clubs, fuelled by their distinctive sound and copious consumption of the club drug Ecstasy MDMAbegan to influence the British scene.

In the U. Atkins follow this by dozens of tracks on Transmat, Metroplex and Fragile. One of the most unusual songs was " Strings of Life " by Derrick May under the name Rhythm Is Rhythma darker, more intellectual strain of house. The UK midlands also embraced the late s house scene with illegal parties and raves and more legal dance clubs such as The Hummingbird. Newark-area DJ Tony Humphries was influenced the sounds of disco pioneer David Mancusothe host of the disco-era's underground gay subculture loft parties.

Humphries played his mixes in Newark NJ's Club Zanzibar, where he developed his signature "Jersey Sound", which mixed a soulful element with a rawer edge. DJ Tony Humphries began his Last Trace Of The Golden Glow - Spartacus R - When the Fever Takes Hold at the Club Zanzibar in Newark, New Jersey in and, along with others, helped "spawn the sometimes raw but always soulful, gospel-infused subgenre" of deep house music known as the Jersey Sound.


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