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A genre of music created by surrealist goth ravers and post chillwaver's that consist of a linear beat with mild reverb, popular sounding synth line (think 90's trance), and a whispering/ auto tuned tween hipster playing un-quantized samples from a Roland SP-404. (First 'Witch House' producer: Picture Plane; via myspace)
Tween 1.
Dude, check this Witch House track I just made.
Tween 2.

That sounds so Witchy bra.
by AustinWood August 30, 2010
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Trap music for trendy hipster goth kids who want to scare their parents and black friends. Usually, but not always, containing a simple Trap beat with a bangin' kick, a snappy snare and trills & trills of hi-hats, accompanied by deep, atmospheric basslines and squelchy trance synthlines. A Witch House track may or may not contain vocals, if it does, it's often a stolen, down-pitched one-liner or chorus from a popular HipHop/Rap song or an extremely weird, spoken word phrase sampled from a vintage horror movie. The producers of Witch House music often use monikers including occult symbols, upside-down letters and inverted/converted/reverted letters.
Person 1: "Dude, did you hear DJ $4t4Nc0R3 will be spinning a Witch House set tomorrow at Goth Night
Person 2: "Bro... Witch House is sooooo 2010. I miss when he used to spin EBM
by The Sindividual October 02, 2017
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