huh?JOSHB said:And of course all my favorite NY cats. (Osunlade and John Cutler notwithstanding). But what is the gutter sound that I hear coming from garage djs?
dvs said:p.s. great decriptions hali. why not, bang on for the modern day use of 'udm' as a more appropriate term for what 'real' ol' skool garage stood for. (it was soul, jazz, afrobeat, r&b, disco, etc.) the modern-day use of the term garage has been associated to the more melodic and soulful deep house sound which is usually vocal-based and organic sounding (keys, percussion, and usually a combination of other live instrumentation)
and that's really the real answer.derek said:his reply, "it's all just music to me." then we started talking about philosophy.
derek said:is garage music really basic house history, or is house a part of garage history? does it really matter?
i had an interesting conversation with larry heard when he was at 99Suds last time. we were talking about genres and i said it's all house music to me. his reply, "it's all just music to me." then we started talking about philosophy.