New Jersey club or the Jersey sound , is a genre of electronic club music originating in Newark, New Jersey during the early s. In the s, it was a type of deep house music with an emphasis on soulful vocals influenced by Newark's gospel legacy. In the early s, the genre was influenced by Baltimore club , bounce , and crunk , and generated some mainstream exposure in the late s. The New Jersey sound originated in the s. Places like Club Zanzibar in Newark, New Jersey , where DJ Tony Humphries began his residency in , helped "spawn the sometimes raw but always soulful, gospel-infused subgenre" of deep house music known as the Jersey sound   Besides the term "New Jersey house", there are alternative names for the genre: "In the UK , for fairly unfathomable reasons, it became known as garage music named after the Paradise Garage in New York , while in NJ itself they simply called it club or perhaps more pertinently, the Jersey sound. The Jersey club scene also gave rise to the ball culture scene in Newark hotels and nightclubs.
House is a genre of electronic dance music characterized by a repetitive four on the floor beat and a tempo of to beats per minute. Fingers , Marshall Jefferson , Phuture , and many others. From its beginnings in the Chicago club and local radio scene, the genre expanded internationally to London, then to other American cities such as New York City and Detroit before becoming a worldwide phenomenon. House has made a large impact on pop music , especially dance music. Many house producers also did and do remixes for pop artists. Until today, house music has remained popular on radio and in clubs while retaining a foothold on the underground scenes across the globe. In house, the bass drum is sounded on beats one and three, and the snare drum, claps, or other higher-pitched percussion on beats two and four.
If Chicago was the birthplace of house and Detroit invented techno , then a soulful offshoot of both was born in New Jersey in the mids. In the UK, for fairly unfathomable reasons, it became known as garage named after the Paradise Garage in New York , while in NJ itself they simply called it club or perhaps more pertinently, the Jersey sound. The Jersey sound was arguably even bigger in the UK, particularly in the south-east, where for a period it was the sound of young London. This brilliant and unusual reworking of the Otis Redding classic was a massive club record and top twenty hit for Adeva in Licensed to Cooltempo , it went top twenty in March Yet another Blaze nearly-hit.
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