Acid House


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Acid House

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a type of funk-based electronically edited disco music of the late 1980s, which has hypnotic sound effects and is associated with hippy culture and the use of the drug ecstasy
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Acid house derived from the house music that originated in Chicago in the early 1980s.
I remember the front page of The Sun, bearing the words 'Evil Mr Acid House.
The gang was led by Tony Colston-Haytor, who threw the notorious Acid House raves in the Home Counties which sparked controversy in 1989.
Produced by Stuart Price, this collection references the sounds that have inspired them over the years from Bobby Orlando (Bobby O) to acid house with a classical sample by Michael Nyman thrown in for good measure.
Paula describes a three day family affair of blissed out Sunshine Pop, Funk and Soul, Psychedelic Folk and Acid House Disco parties, workshops, Poetry, lovely food and local ales.
Encouraged by that success, Primal Scream handed over the demos for their next album to Weatherall and Nicholson, and the resulting album, Screamadelica, instantly shifted UK pop music to the club, incorporating elements from German motorik, acid house, '60s psych and Jamaican dub into one obscenely great good time.
The South African acid house DJ and producer heads his own record label Zombie Soundsystem and is a London resident for the Circo Loco clubbing brand.
The writer took the action after Google scanned her most recent book, Acid House.
Subgenres include acid house, Euro house, hard house, progressive house, speed garage and tribal house.
On the other hand, Venus as a Boy shares with Welsh's Trainspotting (or The Acid House, Glue, Porno, Ecstasy, or any of his later attempts at recapturing or escaping the brilliance of his generation-defining debut), a commitment to the warts and all representation of fragmented and broken beings existing on the ever-so-stylish social margins.
A Guy Called Gerald - alias Gerald Simpson - was at the forefront of acid house and dance music during the Madchester era.
That's one of the questions raised by Ken Goffman and Dan Joy's enjoyably antic if slightly cracked Counterculture Through the Ages: From Abraham to Acid House (Villard).