I would answer this in two ways:
HISTORICALLY, "house" and "techno" are two regional variations of post-disco club music that grew up more or less simultaneously. House music is associated with Chicago in the early 1980s, and Techno with Detroit. The most distinctive Chicago house sounds were "soulful" house, which used gospel diva samples, piano riffs, and ...
House - very melodic music influenced by 80s disco and electro; house has simple beats and real voices
house examples here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ki6wWg2o8uQ
Techno - very percussive, psychedelic, futuristic music that is usually not melodic; techno has complex and variable beats of 4/4 and 2-step. techno examples here (this one is a compilation i ...
House has its stylistic origins in Chicago. In Chicago, the black community heavily use gospel and blues as just the vernacular frame for their music. The dances there is the jack and the juke. Because of the history of gospel and blues, there is often a pronounced backbeat that is absent in techno.
Techno has its stylistic origins in Detroit. In ...
Adding to Robert's fantastic answer above, the name House music comes from the night club in Chicago where the sound really caught on - a night club called Warehouse and a DJ named Frankie Knuckles who created seamless mixes of repetitive disco loops using similar record mixing techniques as new york hip hoppers like Grand Master Flash. Chicago DJ Jesse ...
OK, in short, and cutting a lot of corners: House is the EDM version of "black" music (soul, funk, jazz), and Techno is the EDM version of "white" music (rock). House usually has a "swing" feel to it (also known as a "shuffle"), whereas Techno is played "straight".
Google's cached version of djhistory.com as of today 12.jan.2017 (main site down for maintenance) has a thread of people reminiscing about LIFE in Boston, and one of the contributors mentions a site slowtospeak , with some mp3s of the live LIFE sets, including the date you mention.
So Suara is all about music and cats. Can you tell us a bit about these two values? How long have you been a cat lover?
Well, my girlfriend is a feline vet, she works with animals, especially with cats. When I was a kid, I never was a cat lover, but a dog lover. After my girlfriend, I have realized that cats are so beautiful, I love them so much. Now, at ...
This is either a sample or a resung lyric from R&B group Next's salacious 90's hit "Too Close," about a young man who is way too excited to get on the dance floor.
The sampled part of the lyric is in bold below:
Step back, you're dancin' kinda close
I feel a little poke comin' through on you
What makes it a bit harder to understand is that the ...
Utah Saints were certainly considered proponents of the Stadium House subgenre too. In fact (from their Wikipedia entry): "They were described as "the first true stadium house band" by the KLF's Bill Drummond".
Hadouken, Does It Offend, You Yeah? and Modestep seem to fit the bill.
Wikipedia also lists these as similar to Hadouken:
Associated acts The Midnight Beast, Does It Offend You, Yeah?,
Pendulum, Noisia, Feed Me, Loadstar, Drumsound & Bassline Smith