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Resident Advisor Podcast : RA.894 Todd Terry

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In this episdoe you can enjoy : House music started in Chicago, but what gets lost in history lessons is how it evolved and mutated in New York. None of that would have happened without Todd Terry. Bringing together hip-hop and house with his distinctive drum sounds, Terry not only created a whole subgenre (hip-house—check out Jungle Brothers’ 1988 classic “I’ll House You”) but helped redefine the sound as a whole, bringing it to the mainstream with a string of classic remixes that stretched well into the ’90s.

Through his catalogue of records as Hard House, Orange Lemon, Bombshell, Masters At Work (before Louie Vega and Kenny Dope would take that name) and many others, Terry built a discography unlike any other in dance music. Even if you only have a vague idea of who he is, you’ve definitely heard a record of his, probably ten. (That legendary remix of Everything But The Girl’s “Missing?” That’s him too.) His sound is loose, punchy and often deliriously catchy, rooted in the ethos of the classic hip-hop he started out playing.

Terry’s RA Podcast focuses on a golden era of house from the late ’80s to the early ’90s, including classic cuts from Marshall Jefferson, Inner City, Crystal Waters and, of course, Terry himself. There’s also a modern update from Amine Edge & DANCE. As he says in the interview below, it’s a way to “show where house came from.” Whether you’re a newcomer or have heard these tracks hundreds of times before, there’s nothing like hearing them from an innovator of the form.

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