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My Year of Mixtapes Week 38: Chicago House

My Year of Mixtapes Week 38: Chicago House

About the show

Playing tracks by

Frankie Knuckles Presents Satoshi Tomiie feat. Robert Owens, Marshall Jefferson, Sterling Void & Paris Brightledge, Vicky Martin, MR. FINGERS and more.

After last week's tape, I felt like it was time for some ACTUAL house music, so here goes...

The stories about this genre have been told a bajillion times, so go google them if you want the in-depth version.
The short version is this: there was a guy from New York named Frankie Knuckles who moved to Chicago in '77 to play at a new discotheque called the Warehouse. He played lots of very odd, deep, drum-oriented disco, which soon became the dominant sound of early-'80s black Chicago (and spawned a lot of other, even weirder DJs—most famously Ron Hardy, who played at the Music Box).
By 1981, Chicagoans were referring to the Philly Disco, Italo, Quebecois disco, and new wave records heard at the Warehouse not as "disco", but as "House Music".
By 1985 you have a bunch of local Chicago kids attempting to MAKE this type of stuff on their own, with loads of crummy equipment culled from thrift... (full text at



Love it! Thanks!

clé ohh yeah

thanks, this is great!

Eric Flyingcloud

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This is JLofton of 2HoussPeople..Thx forkeeping the vibe of house alive and also playing my record feel the rhthm.. oh yea Great mix!


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