Let’s start from the foundation of electronic music genre House, which was a reincarnation of disco. It happened in the 80th in the most sophisticated clubs of Chicago. The rhythm became more mechanical and the synthesizers were replacing live music more often. The term “House” was used for music that didn’t meet the standards of common understanding, music that wasn’t played on typical broadcasting stations.
Nearer to the end of the 80th 7 main subgenres were created:
Deep-house, Acid house, Progressive house, Soulful house, Disco house, Electro house, and Tech-house, which we’ll disclose in more details. Since the time when such music genre as Tech House appeared, more and more people took an interest in it. This interesting and unusual style of music won many lovers, while it emerged not that long time ago.
Tech House is a genre of electronic music, something between house and techno. It originated in the early 90th. That was the time when DJs became very popular and when Eddie Richards and Terry Francis combined dub-versions of garage tracks and already known structure of house with some variants of detroit-techno.
Rare percussive grooves, bass line, which became deeper, and surround sound are typical for this genre. Such music was played on the popular parties in London. This is where they started to make music that was played in the sets of the popular DJs.
Thanks to Jean F. Cochois and Terry Lee Brown Jr. the Tech House direction became more popular and got better sounding. Since 2010 the DJs combined their music with “synthetics” — Electro, Minimal, Glitch, and that is why it is not the best times for Tech House now.
It is interesting to note that Tech house is quite unusual and original, but undoubtedly it has its own listeners and thanks to them this style won’t become just a history, but will keep living.