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Music Genre Presentation

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Kaitlin Saqui

on 24 April 2013

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HOUSE MUSIC By: Kaitlin, Becky, Olivia, Emma Origins House music is:
It is a genre of electronic dance music that originated in the early 1980s.
House is considered to be a descendant of disco.
The term House was derived from the Warehouse Nightclub in Chicago; a DJ, Frankie Knuckles developed a distinct sound due to an electronic drum machine.
Sold records and labeled them “played at the Warehouse” which shortened to “house music.”
Early house music was generally dance-based music characterized by repetitive 4/4 beast, rhythms mainly provided by drum machines, and synthesized bass lines
In the past decade, house music has become popular in America because many artists have crossed over to the mainstream. Young people are now interested in the chorus and beat of a song over the words, which house music has capitalized on. Lifestyle Socialization Likes and Dislikes Nurture of Music THE END Likes:
sick beat
easy to dance to
energizes you
party starter
entertaining Dislikes:
some dances are too provocative
bad reputation
associated with drugs and alcohol The Look Examples Citation - Dan Schawbel. (2012, March 9). Forbes.com. Retrieved from http://www.forbes.com/sites/danschawbel/2012/03/09/house-music-has-become-a-global-phenomenon/
- Phil Cheeseman. (2003, December 28). DJ magazine. Retrieved from http://music.hyperreal.org/library/history_of_house.html
- (2013). Pressureradio.com. Retrived from http://pressureradio.com/house-music/ party/club life style
drunken behaviour
wear provocative clothing (women) to attract the opposite sex
the club scene can generally be extravagant in terms of the attire and dancing.
house music is associated with clubs, therefore parents and society view clubbing as inappropriate
authorities behaviour exhibited such as the police is ideally the same as the parents
clubbing leads to inappropriate, proactive behaviour which could eventually lead to danger among individuals Guys:
designer or label, t-shirts, jeans. Girls:
tight, bright, flashy, revealing. Both dress to impress and sometimes incorporate items such as glow sticks or finger lights/gloves. Slang Not much slang but people commonly use:
I <3 (house symbol) (music note) which means I love house music.
Drag: A slow, long pushing or pulling of the record.
Transformer: A scratch performed by moving the crossfader to a rhythm while dragging the record back and forth or letting it play by itself.
Scribble: A very fast, vibrating sound created by holding the record idle and tensing the muscles in the arm, causing the record to move back and forth very quickly over a small distance. Dance Moves close dancing between males and females (grinding)
tectonic
fist pump
shuffle
twerk socialize through the clubs
inside the club no one has their own identity
limits to outside the club, same rules do not apply
determines social groups, school work, and religion. Party animal (fan of it)
Carefree attitude
Trouble with law – criminal record (underage, drinking)
Define who you are, how people look at you.
Relationships with everyone (parents, partner) Swedish House Mafia deadmau5 DANCE
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