Deep House

When I was a kid, really young, learning music, listening to it all the time, playing it… I would sometimes think about what music would be like in the future. My generation thought about stuff like that because of the space program and Star Trek. I’m serious. Anyway, I always thought it would sound something like this:

Kaskade & Deadmau5 – I Remember (Strobelite Edit)

And if you blend that one with this one… loop and listen to for an hour. I actually could.

For me it’s soothing trance. Slower than Trance. Not so complicated that it distracts me totally from what I’m doing – although if I were studying I’d still have to turn it off.

Kaskade genres include House, Progressive House, Deep House, Funky house, etc

Deep house is a subgenre of house music[1][2] that originated in the 1980s, initially fusing elements of Chicago house with 1980s jazz-funk and touches of soul music. Its origins are attributed to Larry Heard‘s track “Mystery of Love” in 1984.[3]

These two tunes are done in collaboration with Deadmau5 (fab music this man makes. Look for a post on him in the future.) who has more attributed genres: TechnoProgressive houseDubstepElectro houseElectronic musicAmbient music.

For more about them, see their ‘coffee run’ :

I was very lucky to be exposed to European EDM, Trance and so much more in the late 90s. It connected me to that futuristic music I thought about when me and the other kids in the hood played pretend Star Trek. I was always Uhura. 🙂

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