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Classic House Series Episode #32 - Two Fatt Guitars - Direckt

The late 90s could be considered the golden age of disco house, especially with the strong influence of the French Touch sound that was dominant at the time.   285 more words

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thekeytothehousemix Sessions Feb 2017 - Mixed by Shawn Austin

It’s been a while since I’ve mixed up a bunch of classics for the masses so here’s a tasty selection that includes many track featured right here on thekeytothehouse.  Enjoy!

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Classic House Series Episode #31 - It's All Good(Full Intention Mixes) - Da Mob feat. Jocelyn Brown

In preparation for the launch of his incredibly successful and influential Subliminal Records label, internationally renowned DJ and producer Erick Morillo made sure he had all of his bases covered.   245 more words

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Classic House Series Episode #30 - Gym Tonic(Thomas Bangalter Mix) - Bob Sinclar

As house tunes go, there are few tracks that have been surrounded by as much controversy with respect to authorship and release as Bob Sinclar… 716 more words

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Classic House Series Episode #29 - Funk-A-Tron - R. Rivera's Grooves

Legendary house producer Robbie Rivera‘s legacy stems largely from his status as one of the biggest contributors to the tribal-house genre.  The Puerto Rican-born DJ’s signature dark, dirty, underground tribal rhythms with heavy doses of Latin and progressive influences have rocked dancefloors around the world since the mid-90s with hits including “ 182 more words

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In Da Temple 015

My Podcast ‘In Da Temple’ is now available on iTunes, Stitcher, Podomatic & Mixcloud. This Podcast is where I go in the mix for 1 hour each month bringing you my selection of the best new House tracks. 160 more words

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Canadian Classic House Episode #5 - Into You(Meteor Club Mix) - Shauna Davis

The 90’s was an important time for Canadian dance music in terms of quality and quantity.  In addition to support from dance-oriented radio stations across the country, many artists actually became more well-known due to their music videos being shown on dance music themed television programs like  180 more words

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