A electronic music genre that is not house or electro, but can be classified as "crap."
Electro House music lovers has developed a moniker for the genre called "fidget house" to avoid random beatings at raves and clubs.
Some people would say that Electro House followers have replaced the generation of happy hardcore kids that have overdosed from high amounts of plastic on their skin and X tablets. Although the lack of "kandi" and "cuddle puddles", these young shiny shirt youngsters seem to be coming out of the woodwork at night like roaches to dance to "crap."
"Woooo. Look at DJ Electro House! This music sounds like crap but I guess it's better than that Nickelback photograph song."
The best genre of EDM
as of the late 2000's, which has become so popular that hip hop now fuses the two. Basically once you hear electro house, you better get your body moving!
They partied to electro house all night at the club!
Electro house (also known as electronic house and dirty house) is a subgenre of house music that rose to become one of the foremost genres of electronic dance music in 2004-6. Stylistically, it takes the 4/4 beats and moderate tempo of 'normal' house and adds harmonically rich analogue basslines, abrasive high-pitched leads and the occasional old-school piano or string riff. There is much cross-pollination with minimal techno.
Roots of electro-house
The most obvious precursor to the modern electro-house scene is the electroclash movement of the early 2000s. Hotly hyped, it was largely a re-run of the classic early 80s Synth pop sound, but deliberately made cruder and more raw-sounding than even the primitive records on which it was based. It gathered popularity principally with fashionistas in Europe and North America, and without any real creative potential burned out quickly, since being generally considered a failure. However, the sound - as well as some of the artists and labels, notably Crosstown Rebels and City Rockers - have made a better fist of things by switching to electrohouse. Some artists - for instance, Felix da Housecat - associated with the movement had a noticeably housier sound even at the time and have since come to be seen as highly influential.
Previously and concurrent to electroclash, tech-house was developing. Traditionally, this had utilised more traditional Detroit influences, such as sweeping strings and 909 beats, but it developed a dirt...