Pump Up The Volume 9
does house music sell anymore?…. i mean deep house what does they sell figure look like these days
Stuff from the U.K., definitely helped to evolve edm. I believe it's one of the main reasons , it continues to evolve. Of course, along with other music producers around the globe, which also add to the evolvement, such as drum n bass, dubstep, to drumstep, and other steps. House will never die neither! I like the new stuff coming out. So refined, defined.
this is straight bullshit now! from number 7 this history of house have turned into bullshit! If it is not the classic house from 1982 to 1987 then it isn't house music! Everything else is just plain club music! That crap from England didn't even make it over here
What we gonna do right here is go BACK – Damn wish we could.
Well, I seem to remember Dee-lite blowing everyone away around 1990. I hope they get an honorable mention in this doc. Excellent doc, by the way. Thanks for the upload!
Genre cops have arrived…
Let it be known all those DJ'S/RE-MIXERS made/mixed those songs that became MAINSTREAM…. They were breaking records back then.. Amazing!
The cool thing about where I went to college (Tarkio MO middle of nowhere) from 85-89 is the school recruited heavily from Chicago and those Chicago kids all brought this house music with them. So we were getting exposed to the underground uncut funk pretty much as it was coming out of Chicago. I was a music major back then and I still dabble in electronica and those days listening to that early house music influence me to this day.
Why is there no mention of the song "Set It Off" by Strafe?
@KalleSnax Thats "A day in the Life" – Black Riot (Todd Terry) We were both on the same label- Fourth Floor Records.
QS: It was that song that I heard in Studio 54 and brought me to the label where I was had my 1st release.
It was a great time to be around. We had some stuff happening in Newark, NJ. Thank God for Chi town. I had the pleasure of spending the summer of 88 in London. Wow, time flies great times wonderful.
Back here in Chicago we really had to give it up to "Fluffy Little Clouds" and "Pacific State." It may have been a bunch of drugged out English guys, but those tracks blew our minds.
"all this other shit" lol. exactly…
These musicians changed many lives. Including my own, and I discovered this music after 2000.. many is still living legends. Thank you.
its not him talking! its the ecstasy!
Anyone know the tune at the beginning of this clip?
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