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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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He is confident that the new single will enjoy considerable airplay, likely to surpass her previous album Waba a Tsile dedicated to Batswana to enjoy the finest house music.
Acid house derived from the house music that originated in Chicago in the early 1980s.
Riding a tidal wave of success generated by the ravenous response to singles 'Brick House', 'Ninety Five' and - most significantly - 'Need In Me' (Defected), Allesandro now on his own (they used to be a duo) has carved an tasty niche for himself, crafting sublime house music.
A popular brag, and a well-founded one, is that if you have ever been to a club, bar or house party where the DJ was playing house music, the likelihood is that at least one of the records you heard was signed to Defected.
So if you like house music and your Friday night is wide open, this performer will add some style to the music scene and make it much more electric than ever before.
But in the GCC, it seems that any F&B outlet that serves alcohol feels it their duty to stick firmly to the status quo, pumping out the bass ad nauseam, with only house music on offer.
I found myself on a dancefloor in New York with people Y from around the world dancing to soul and disco tracks alongside new and classic house music.
For one night only he will bring partygoers his infectious, bass-driven house music.
Now DJ Paul Taylor who ran the event is set to delight masses of Retro lovers with his 25th anniversary reunion event - The Big Retro and Tall Trees Reunion - with an all-star house music line up including Paul himself, Marc Osikka, Drew Scott, Chris Ryan and Gary Keelor.
It also rekindled many Rhumbateers' love for house music and partying and - coupled with a new, fresh generation of acid housers - we found we had a new wind in our sails.
CHICAGO -- Rashad Harden, a house music and footwork pioneer who performed as DJ Rashad, was found dead this weekend of an apparent drug overdose, authorities said Sunday.