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House music

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a type of disco music originating in the late 1980s, based on funk, with fragments of other recordings edited in electronically
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Matt's brand of house music is deep, dark and soulful and his impeccable programming will move his set from early evening vibes to peak time stompers without missing a beat.
POSH is the brainchild of DJ Damian D'Costa and to celebrate the first event of the summer, Eventions is bringing over one of UK's most active house music gurus C N Williams.
The latest incarnation of international house music, Karmeleons is the brainchild of U.
Her upcoming release is likely to move her forward even further in the world of house music.
TRAFFIC, at Carey's, in Hertford Place The Butts, Coventry, has been bringing quality house music for the discerning clubber to Cov for a while, much of it with a distinctly US flavour.
House music legend Frankie Knuckles wants to give you a lift this holiday season--on the dance floor and at home.
For the uninitiated Flashmob are one of the most acclaimed and instantly recognisable production groups in house music.
HOUSE music lovers are in for a treat as another instalment of art.
I loved music from a young age, particularly house music, so a job mixing and playing my favourite music is perfect
In 2009 they achieved even more success with the tracks Disco Electrique and Devotion, and they have since established themselves as high flyers on the international house music scene.
For the women I play a diverse set--anything from hip-hop and R&B to very vocally flavored house music, disco, and funk," says Spalding, who spun in Palm Springs, Calif.
The singer/songwriter set the London garage music scene on its heels with his fresh mix of r&b, hip-hop and house music, and has garnered millions of fans in the process.