i can’t believe house music has been in the charts for 20 years now. in that respect, it has lasted much longer than so many other genres.
when it first arrived in the mainstream, circa 87/88, scenes of loved up club kids dancing in warehouses were completely alien, especially to those of us who weren’t old enough even to have experienced sticky carpet clubs of the 80s and view the contrast.
i love how so much of the music can be played today in any club, and clubbers of all ages seem to know it. a lot of it sounds even better now that it did back in the day. but is that because back then it was a dodgy three minute version on a deep heat tape?
wee papa girl rappers – heat it up
krush – house arrest
tyree – hip house is the style
black riot – a day in the life
nightwriters – let the music use you
tyree – i fear the night
tyree – turn up the bass
petra and co – just let go
ralphi rosario vs richie rich – you used to salsa
reese and santonio – the sound
deskee – let there be house
bam bam – give it to me
minute men – ok alright
turntable hype – i’ll bass you
landlord - i like it
voodoo doll – women beat their men
28th street crew – i need a rhythm
jungle brothers – i’ll house you
lnr – work it to the bone
de-lite and oscar child - wild times