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Please only submit if you are a house band with a worldwide established audience. Otherwise, submit in the regional area you are active in and known in. Or submit in the general Arts/Music/Bands_and_Artists cat.

Sites that are not in English should be submitted to the appropriate category under World.

Bands and artists playing house music.
Please submit sites relating only to UK garage in this category. All styles of UK Garage are welcome here, but Speed Garage should be listed under Arts: Music: Styles: Dance: House: Garage:Speedgarage. More general forms of Garage (including US Garage) should be listed under Arts: Music: Styles: Dance: House: Garage.
The meaning of the word garage has slipped dramatically. But any definition will pretty quickly run into problems if you name a genre of music after a club [Larry Levan's Paradise Garage] which was known not for one style of music but for its wild eclecticism championed by one DJ. What we now call garage is music which has evolved from the more soulful, more gospel-inspired parts of disco and it owes its emergence to the taste-making of DJ Tony Humphries at his club Zanzibar in Newark, New Jersey. When, around 1997, some London DJs took the descendant of this music and latched it to some cavernous, half-tempo basslines, speed garage or UK garage or the London Sound was born. Just to make things even more complicated, this actually took its first steps thanks to records by New Jersey producer Todd Edwards and adopted New Yorker Armand Van Helden.
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