house music

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Probably from The Warehouse, a nightclub in Chicago, Illinois, USA, where the music became popular around 1985.

Noun[edit]

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house music (uncountable)

  1. (music) A particular type of electronic dance music with an uptempo beat and recurring kickdrum.
    • 2007, Danny Palmerlee, South America on a Shoestring, page 66:
      Corrugated-steel ceilings, a dozen blue-felted pool tables and DJ house music Thursday to Saturday.
    Synonyms: house

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house music f (plural house music)

  1. house music, house

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