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House music is a genre of electronic dance music that originated in Chicago in the early 1980s and spread to other cities such as Detroit, New York, London and Sydney. House music is characterized by a four-on-the-floor beat, repetitive bass lines, synthesizer melodies, vocals and samples from disco, soul, funk and other genres. House music is often associated with clubs, raves, festivals and DJs who mix and remix tracks to create new versions and variations. House music has influenced many other genres of music such as techno, trance, garage, hip hop and pop.
House music in Australia has a long and diverse history, dating back to the late 1980s when local DJs and producers started to experiment with the style and create their own original tracks. Some of the pioneers of Australian house music include Paul Mac, Andy Van, John Course, Pee Wee Ferris, Groove Terminator and Nick Skitz. Australian house music has also been influenced by the sounds and scenes of other countries, especially the UK, US and France. Some of the subgenres of house music that have been popular in Australia include acid house, progressive house, deep house, funky house, electro house and tropical house.
House music in Australia has had a significant impact on the culture and identity of the country, especially among the youth and urban communities. House music has been a source of entertainment, expression, creativity and socialization for many Australians who enjoy dancing, partying and listening to the music. House music has also been a platform for showcasing Australian talent and innovation on the global stage, as many Australian house artists have achieved international recognition and success. Some of the most famous Australian house artists include The Presets, Cut Copy, Pnau, Sneaky Sound System, Dirty South, The Aston Shuffle, Flight Facilities and Flume.