Pavel 釙樂 -po1e-

Pavel 釙樂 -po1e-

PROGRESSIVE SOUND - 我爱电 - i LOVE dian 30. July 2010

Posted by Pavel 釙樂 -po1e- on 28. Jul 2010

PROGRESSIVE SOUND by d.pole [蒂釙樂]

The term progressive, in electronic dance music, refers to a variety of 1990s musical genres that tended to break away from the electronic simplicity of their origins and derive onto new, experimental grounds.
The term itself first referred to house and trance music only (as a tendency to develop progression from such simplistic subgenres as deep house and psytrance), but eventually, progressive made its way into the mainstream, and it also started being applied to breakbeat, drum & bass and techno genres.

Roots of progressive can be traced back to the early nineties, when digital technology allowed DJs to beatmatch tracks together, creating the possibility of mixing structural elements of various to then stylistically different genres into one melody. The technique could also be used to indicate progression of one melody into another without the need to interrupt them, as was done before. Both trance and house largely influenced one another during this era (which allowed for appearance of such subgenres as dream house), and even though later minimalist movement opposed progressive around 2000 or 2001, the influence of their fusion is still felt in various electronic dance music tracks today.

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d.pole
电荷存在于所有生物体的每一个细胞中,所以我们个个都是「电人」。让我们在每个星期五的23:00齐聚SCHOOL,享受作为「电人」的巅峰时刻!

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(安定门东南角五道营胡同西口入,或雍和宫西南角五道营胡同东口入)

 




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