Progressive House

The Progressive House subgenre originated back in the early 1990s. It began in the United Kingdom as a development of American and European dance music. How History Coined the Term Progressive House In the 1970s, people used the term “progressive” to...

Acid Techno

Acid techno, or just “Acid,” is a subgenre of techno that developed from Acid house in the 1990s. Acid refers explicitly to the use of the Roland TB-303 or any other synthesizer which mimics its distinctive sound. This is generally considered one of the...

Tribal House

The sub-genre of house music known as “Tribal House” first surfaced in the 1990s. It evolved from the Garage House and Deep House eras. It also absorbed elements from Latin House and the percussion-based Hispanic-American and African music genres. Tribal...

Melodic Techno

Melodic techno is a subset of Techno music that is greatly influenced by trance music. However, melodic techno often has a slower pace, typically ranging from 120 to 125 BPM. It also uses softer percussions, borrowing inspiration from Minimal Techno. You could say...

Afro House

Afro House is a sub-genre of house music that originated mostly in South Africa. Even though it has its own distinctive sound, a fusion of Kwaito, Tribal, Deep House, and Soulful House, people in South Africa frequently classify it as a subgenre of Deep or Soulful...