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Progressive House Radio

Progressive house radio

In the context of popular music the word “progressive” was first used widely in the 1970s to differentiate experimental forms of rock music from mainstream styles. Such music attempted to explore alternate approaches to rock music production. Some acts also attempted to elevate the aesthetic values of rock music by incorporating features associated with classical instrumental music. This led to a style of music called progressive rock, which has been described as “the most self-consciously arty branch of rock


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In disco music, and later house music, a similar desire to separate more exploratory styles from standard approaches[not in citation given] saw DJs and producers adopting the word “progressive” to make a distinction. According to the DJ and producer Carl Craig, the term “progressive” was used in Detroit in the early 1980s in reference to Italo disco.[5] The music was dubbed “progressive” because it drew upon the influence of Giorgio Moroder’s Euro disco rather than the disco inspired by the symphonic sound of Philadelphia soul.In Detroit, prior to the emergence of techno, artists like Alexander Robotnick, Klein + M.B.O. and Capricorn filled a vacancy left after disco’s demise in America.[5][6] In the late 1980s,

Progressive house radio

UK music journalist Simon Reynolds introduced the term “progressive dance” to describe album oriented acts such as 808 State, The Orb, Bomb the Bass and The Shamen. Between 1990 and 1992, the term “progressive” referred to the short-form buzz word for the house music subgenre “progressive house, Progressive house radio


Progressive house emerged after the first wave of house music.] The roots of progressive house can be traced back to the early 1990s rave

Progressive house radio