House music is a genre of Electronic Dance Music that is composed of many different sub genres which includes Progressive House, Electro House, Acid House, French House, Tribal House, Sax House, Ambient House and many many more. Make sure to check out the other EDM Genres.
House Music Famous Artists
The main House Music artists today include Afrojack, Avicii (Tim Berg), Axwell, David Guetta, Deadmau5, Eric Prydz (Pryda), Kaskade, Bingo Players, Mat Zo, Porter Robinson, Madeon, Laidback Luke, Tiesto, Hardwell, Steve Aoki, Wolfgang Gartner, Swedish House Mafia and many more.
When a friend introduced me to Jauz by describing his sound as “grimy house”, that was enough of a hook for me to dig around and try to understand what he meant. The 21 year old, LA based producers mantra when it comes to his style? “Music has no boundaries”. It certainly does not, and I feel I have a hard time categorizing the style for this song, as it goes against what he is about, all I can say is that he perfectly blends hip hop, house, dubstep and bass. Not much else could be compiled to give the song anything...read more
L.A’s best house spinner MAKJ paired up with the future (no pun intended) of online radio recently to deliver you one bumping mix for your weekend. One of my favorite genuine DJs, MAKJ always knows how to keep a crowd jumping, and the combination of catchy electro house, nostalgia bootlegs, and well whatever he’s feeling at the time gets thrown in with flawless transition. Would you expect anything different, especially on the awesome new format that thefuture.fm is bringing? If you haven’t checked it out yet, it’s...read more
Halloween is right around the corner, and if you are still without a costume look no further than Quintino’s short teaser video for his upcoming edit of Pep & Rash’s ‘Fatality’. The video follows several people around the streets of NYC who are dressed in full Mortal Kombat attire, imitating their best Mortal Kombat moves. It’s a great video and a super catchy track that really gets you in the Halloween mood. The track originally premiered by Pete Tong on BBC Radio One back in late September, and will be...read more
The more the merrier when it comes to this recent hit! The duo Tritonal takes on the trio Cash Cash’s new track, ‘Surrender’. You may have already heard a snippet of this track on Tritonal 069. This remix has everything you love from Dave and Chad, including a majestic piano melody to compliment the vocals to a Progressive, slightly grindy sound on the drops. Tritonal has given ‘Surrender’ the perfect touch on this remix by giving it a whole new sound, without taking away the energetic feel you get from the...read more
Normally, when it comes to The M Machine and their music, they cover a wide base of both beauty and beast: from electro-house scorchers and chiptune-infused moombahcore, to whimsical synth-pop and pensive downtempo. And normally, The M Machine further distinguish themselves in the EDM scene by centering their music on elaborate story concepts to enrich its artistic worth and push it beyond your average dance music. This new M Machine track, though, is anything but normal. Though the trio has been rigorously working on their debut album for...read more
It’s a great time of the year to go to the movies and get ready for award season. Hence we have a souped up tune from the EDM world to take you back to the future and thensome. Understate recreated the theme from Sam Mendes’ masterpiece film “American Beauty” (1999) and put a house spin on the track, improvising the melody with some adjustments, and throwing in some vocals from Jermaine. The original credit for the track “Dead Already” from the award-winning film goes to Thomas Newman. This tune is also a...read more
Get ready for some original house music like you’ve never heard. It’s like tropical studder-step bass music. This one could be played in three major scenarios: cruising at 50 M.P.H. in a boat, crunches at the gym, or doing any physical activity. Judging by the samples, you’ll get the idea. Where was I? Oh yeah, it’s called “Work It” by Equator Club. Free download. You should just click HERE and grab it. “Work It” is upbeat and sexy with all those feel good vibes but it’s got edge....read more
The founder of Miami Bounce, Landis, has released his latest original tracked titled ‘Watch You’. Landis describes the Miami Bounce sound as an off spin of Melbourne Bounce. This Big Room, Bounce sound of ‘Watch You’ blends well with its soft builds. These builds include a vocal sample which gives the track a familiar feeling. ‘Watch You’ is available on Beatport now! Also, to celebrate the release of this track, Landis has a contest going right now for a chance to win a signed pair of Beats studio...read more
Two weeks since “Coast To Coast“, his latest original, J-Kraken is back with an even more tropically themed track than his last. His laid back and easy going take on Ed Sheeran’s “Autumn Leaves” is probably the best remix of the track out at the moment. It is easy to notice that the production quality of his tracks are continually getting better, with this release being his cleanest sounding one yet. He also mentions that this song was for his girlfriend so.. you know.. be sure to think about that while you...read more
Need a mix chuck full of diverse soulful house music to get you through your day? We’ve got something just for you. Introducing The Interns – an L.A. based duo who’s just launched their first bi-monthly mixtape series. After introducing their sounds to the world this summer they are ready to get their groove on with this delightfully eclectic series all squeezed within one hour. Keep up to date on these kids...read more