Inside House - House Music Documentary UK


Inside House - Part 1 - House Music Documentary- Carl H Productions- Movingdeep Music (Unfinished Project) Featuring some of the worlds leading House Music DJs,Producers,Promoters (Kerri Chandler, Demetri from Paris , Mr V , DJ Gregory, Franc Rodger ,Frankie Felecinano + many more) discussing Music Technology, History of house , and other relevant social and cultural topics



Ian Armstrong
this is the most boring documentary ever
nobby styles
OK so im just one minute in and already wondering why the documentary makers have paid no attention at all to the varying standards of audio on the djs introducing themselves (especially as its a music doc). you can easily have equalised those bits of audio so they where audible over the music bed. not holding out much hope for this one. ill give it another ten minutes.
RAMBR0
What's the track at 18:00...anyone?
natgirrl
How is this a legitimate House Music documentary. There is not one Chicago DJ. Not one of these guys could explain how this scene developed. It was all hearsay. Very disappointing.
nobby styles
nope sorry im only another minute in and the same problem. if the makers of this doc would like some assistance with the audio to make it a more enjoyable watch in terms of audio then please feel free to contact me. but im done with it for now. sorry, could've done better :D
musicgeoman
Thank you mate!
movingdeepmusic
Mr V The Bump Defected
musicgeoman
Does anyone know which record is playing at 39:10 ?
johnny goldenkey
good fucking jams tho. I won't deny that.
johnny goldenkey
They know where it started. They know who are the top house DJ's are too. Mr Derrick Carter, Mr Mark Farina, Mr Glenn Underground, Ms. Collette and the rest of Lady Jane, Mr Sneak just to name a few.
movingdeepmusic
yeah yeah
Jarrad
Great video. But Doesnt Dimitri from Paris make himself out to be a dick?
DjDedan
That whole paragraph is explaining why we say "house is a feeling", i'm not just talking about reading this is what i experienced. I've heard larry play marianne faithfull, i've heard clausell play todo, i've heard tony play main source. I even state in the paragraph a "classic house cut", so it's obvious i'm saying house is a genre, specifically the music played at the wherehouse in chicago by frankie knuckles. A good dj will go beyond that though, not sure why thats such a puzzle to u..
DjDedan
That whole paragraph is explaining why we say "house is a feeling", i'm not talking about reading anything either this is what i experienced. I've heard larry play marianne faithfull, i've head clausell play todo, i've heard tony play main source. I even state in the paragraph a "classic house cut", so it's obvious i'm saying house is a genre, specifically the music played at the wherehouse in chicago by frankie knuckles. Now of course the term has been bastardized to mean nothing at all...
DaGhostChild
Man that white stripes argument.. I was in Ibiza 2 years ago, and was very disaponting all the kids with no taste in music that only goes clubbing for get drunk, was singing that song over mostly every beat the dj played. It could be that song has a 4/4 pattern, but it hasnt anything to do with house music for me. If you hear a dj playing that, is beacause he wants to get smart putting a rock song or he just want to please those drunk kids that doesnt care about the music at all
DaGhostChild
Great debate :-P. This guy doesnt want to admit he is contradicting himself. A few posts before he said "thus it's not a GENRE, it's a FEELING" now he said the opposite but with the nuance. We all have read that early house djs made a mixture of music in their sets, but mainly disco, r&b, and synth euro tracks. Bu there was some point that house as a genre was clearly identified.
DjDedan
Honestly, not sure what i did to you to make you come out your face and throw your opinion around but thanks for agreeing with me. If you read my comment closely you'll note that i say WHEN we say house is a felling we are saying it's NOT a genre. The WHEN is key in that sentence, meaning it's not an ABSOLUTE statement that House is not a genre, but i guess those nuances are bit to subtle and oh corny... Of course HOUSE could be a genre as well, but thanks for your color commentary.
DjDedan
Um, yeah, good for you, no one said there weren't any limits and no i have no idea what Francois K said, i'm coming more from the garage and loft ethos though which is where FK and B&S are derived from, which i'm sure you know.
Abi Wak
Definetly telling the truth about the scene and history. A blast from my past.
DjDedan
yes!
Denise Demarco
Should be called Inside house in the UK, and hardcorehouse you have no clue
Anthony James
I noticed a trend in all the post on this vid. Everyone is giving credit to mostly 3 DJs. Larry Levan, Frankie Knuckles and Ron Hardy. Also 3 innovative clubs The Garage, The Warehouse and The Muzic Box. But of these 3 Ron Hardy ain't from NYC. So you wanna hate? You ain't never stepped fgoot in no club in Chi so you don't know Chi. I don't know NY but I listened and have a gang of Larry Levan remixes and respect his music. But YOU!!! You just hatin cus Ron aint from NYC
Anthony James
Well yes i was large swaths of people in Chi hat didnt like his music. But tht's only because the House genre was quite small. And the didn'ke Frankies music either. t if you are sying that the House crowd didn'tlike Ron music. Man that is a flat out lie. Ron became the biggest name in Chi. Ron could pack a club on a Monday night. 36 hour marathon at the Box packed for 36 and nobody but Ron. You CLEARLY have no knowledge of the Chi House music scene.
Anthony James
Man have you read anything I wrote? But I see you are more worried about who came from where and not what they did. The very word House started in Chi with Frankie's music at The WhareHOUSE. Dig it? The bootleg tapes WE recorded and sold on the street became known as HOUSE tapes. We had a style that was first called preppy then we were known as 'HOUSE Niggas" I was there at it's birth in Chi. But het I get you man. NYC NYC NYC. Drums were the first music. Guess that started in NYC to. LOL
Will D
What you completely neglect to mention was that large swaths of Chi didn't like his music, and agreed with me. It was mainly a str8 audience, and str8 crowds are never considered bleeding edge when it comes to clubs. His tendency to play records backwards for example..there was a reason no one did that in NYC-it didn't sound good so if you wanna call that innovative...Hardy had a harsh sound that many didn't like.
Anthony James
Ok think I get your point now. Ron an't from NYs he can't get no love. I really don't know what undergound you are talking about when you say they though Ron's music was "shyte". The NYC undreground maybe? I really can't say anything about NYC clubs cus i never been to one. I can only comment on what went down in Chi and I can tell from you conversation that you know nothing about it. So you can sell that NY DJs are god crap to somebody who's buying it
Will D
That's right...Hardy came later, and his techno harsh sound some would call a new dimension while most of the original underground crowd that it was SHYTE, which you don't get.
Will D
HArdy was an innovator as a DJ, but only in Chi. His quite cuts were already done in NYC. His sound appealed to a less hip, straight crowd-the more discenring gays and straights couldn't stand his music-it was closer to techno and pretty damn souless without a doubt.
Will D
U come across as quite pompous "made it was it is"...PLEASE LOL listen dude read the history since you didn't live it. The sound started in NYC, then Chicago provided their version called house based on very obvious copies of NY underground records all over Chicago. Hardy was simply one of the central figurers in Chi, but it was Knuckles (from NYC) who started things in Chi, not Hardy. Hardy just made his own version of it, later. He didn't innovate anything when it comes to music.
Anthony James
I never said Ron started anything. I said he expanded it. But first of all Frankie really only mixed the records a little bit. Ron ripped them to shreds. Playing records backwards speeding up tempos taking out the bass, two tracks at the same time. Frankie didn't play songs like Bad Luck, Welcome To The Club, Down to love town The More I Get. Or any of the really soulful cuts that Ron played. The Box wasn't a "str8" club, just more than the WH and "less soulful" is just crazy
Anthony James
I grew up in the Chicago House scene. What I'm telling you is first hand knowledge. I kicked it at the Warehouse and The Muzic Box. Frankie and Ron are my 2 faves. But there is a distinct difference between the 2. Ron was Frankie's protege at the Warehouse. When Ron went to the Box and Frankie to the Power Plant. You could hear the change in Ron's music as he started to come into his own. Experimenting with various forms of music and beats. Listen to the 2 re-edits of Let No Man Put Asunder &see
Anthony James
I never said Ron started anything. I said he made it what it is. I've listened to early DJs and as I said I could hear the NYC sound in Frankie's music. I went to the Warehouse, Power Plant The Muzic Box and all the rest. I witnessed the transition From Frankie House to Hardy House. Ron used his own beat tracks, sped the tempo up and played more than disco. This is what I am talking about. And to say the Muzic Box was less soulful is just dumb
Will D
What you don't understand is that the earliest house records were direct bites on the already existing NYC underground sound, that was all over Chi record stores, mixes, etc. YOU SLEPT ON IT but hey now you know The first DJ Int'l record-direct bite on NYC not on Hardy fool. Hardy was later and played to a relatively str8 and less soulful crowd. Hardy had an influence, LATER. He was known for mixing but wouldn't be better than Walter Gibbons NYC, who did the same shit earlier. EDUCATE THYSELF
Will D
First of all, Hardy came later, he didn't start anything, plus he played too a straight and less soulful crowd-what you're not getting is that it was the gay NYC sound that he brought from NYC and played in Chi that was the beginning. Furthermore, you don't understand club fundamentals 101 which is that it's the gay underground that was always the forefront, not straight clubs-get with it this is very basic info for anyone who actually lived it.
Anthony James
While Frankie Knuckles has the name "Godfather" it was really Ron Hardy who made it popular. Frankie just really played some disco tunes @ the gay club. Ron turned the style on its head and went way further than Frankie. The House that we hear today, the beats, the tempo all the funk. That is Ron Hardy's Muzic Box House music. Make no mistake about it. Frankie may have made House but Ron made it what it is. I can hear the NYC in Frankie's music. But at the time, Ron was a class all his own.
A2ua
i bet the "legends" would say sneak and derrick are pretty reliable
charlie kim
BORING!!!! Barely any music.
-HOUSE-
any 1 know the trak at 39.50 (never try before) thanks
Stassis
Fuck that Soul Central shitty remake of Strings of Life.
happystudio1
hi guys...im quite new to music and i want to learn how to detect for example if i play a synth part in a daw...how do i find out what key it is in and also how do i accompany the synth part with the right kick drum?if for example the lead synth is in c...do all the other sounds have to be in c also?the kick, bass, pads, percussion, guitar and so on also have to be in c?how do you go about finding out what key it is in...can you determine this by ear??thanx
GreyRose93
:) :)
Steve Alexander
Option dont make it Chicago is and always will be the home, foundation and root of house music to do a doc about house and not include chi is disrepectful claiming to have to fly to chi is BS
DjDedan
Cont... I know it seems hard for people to wrap their minds around the fact that a true underground club through the night will visit all sorts of genres, of course most of the night will be what we traditional call house but in a 8-12 hour set (which is what the real undergrounds sport) several genres are visited. read interviews of Larry Levan, Ron Hardy, Knuckles, Tony Humphries, these are the true pioneers, the trail blazers that made the way for the Tiestos... i can send links-message me
DjDedan
If you look at the history of the music way before it was labeled you'll see that what was played at the Loft, the Wherehouse, the Musicbox, the Garage was not one genre, they were musics from several genres with the common thread being that the cuts had to be danceable. Read any interview of the DJs that pioneered the scene or that were at the pioneering clubs and you'll see that they all will acknowledge a very multi-genre pallet. True heads from Chicago, NYC, NJ know this.
housemanchi
Yeah i'd agree you can't make a documentary without Chicago dj's but the 2 you mentioned are not the ones i'd pick. I'd go with the legends the guys who created the sound that we call House!
syderwarp
Well it is 2012 and you can get web/mobile chat,or skype for very easy with call,or web access now. ;D PLEASE I would like see this a web series! O_O
Anthony James
WOW!!! I can't believe that no one on this video actually gave the definition of House Music. It did start as just a name. When partied at the Wharehouse. We would make bootleg tapes of Frankie's sets and sell them. The tapes became know as "House Tapes". Then Ron Hardy came along and took the music to another level at the Music Box but the name House stuck. It was now Ron Hardy House. The tapes took off so well that they stopped calling our style Preppy and started calling us House Niggas.
movingdeepmusic
nice 1! beyond72! kerri s a top man!
DjDedan
thats cool doc but a bit too euro-focused... maestro is a good one tho, the info is spot on.
DjDedan
yes man, from NYC myself, i mean RAM JAM's Black Betty is a dance floor classic... what i think happens is people come into our music from derivative sources and so only get the stereotypical view of what House is... funny the other commentor seemed to be offended of the idea that different styles of music were and are played in a house set... anyway keep on groovin!
Julian Isfan
i'm bored with this. believe what you need. take care.
DjDedan
hmm i think you should look up the pioneers of house and dance and see what they say about genre mixing... google larry levan, david mancuso, frankie knuckles and ron hardy also tony humphries and timmy regisford... i'm curious how long you have been into house?
TekkHakk
The history of house Pump up the volume -
Julian Isfan
if your talking about ESG's Moody then that's the only tune I agree with. I don't care. I mean I mashup country and hip hop. But it's just when I'm feeling stupid, Last comment: Leave anything that is not House, Classic or New shit out of a House set.
DjDedan
7 nation army works fine with out a remix actually... listen to it... also more Rock cuts that weren't made to be played in a house set are Ram Jam Black betty, Police "when the world is running down", "voices" , doobie brother's "Long Train running", etc... ESG sounds very much like White Stripes even though they pre-date them about 30 years, they have several House classics (Standing in Line, Moody, etc...)... House is a feeling.
Julian Isfan
White Stripes in a House set. Wow. Maybe if it's a House remix you mean right? Please post a mix with artists like White Stripes in a House set and we can all decide if it works, cool?
pauldj6
comments and suggestions. -First off, please fix the typos in the names and spelling mistakes. -Then I would show these guys' names more than just once at the start. I know and recognize several of them, but the others are and remain unknown to me. -Since the audio is not so great, I would use subtitles extensively. -During the segments in the clubs, I would id the tracks (subtitles). thanks and good luck!
Zayta Music
chicago house volume 1 thats were we all kicked up from
Carlos Gil
really cool stuff ill might just say the audio its quite bad!! hose music documentary with bad audio? isn t what its this all about?
Sean Illgen
Just found this and the info is great. Thanks for the upload.
movingdeepmusic
@zulu26 If you wanna fly me out to chicago and pay for the flights etc i would love to my friend! Did no 1 read the () Unfinished project!!! options welcome..these interview r the options of the artists/DJ we happen to get an interview with, in fact we have derrick carter on another edit!
A2ua
hard to make a house doc without any chicago dj's. a better source of information would be interviews with derrick carter and dj sneak.
raves76
The audio is terrible!!!
DjDedan
when we say house is a feeling, what we mean is that its NOT a genre... for example a rock song like 7 nation army from White Stripes can be played in a house set. A disco song like Love is the MEssage by MFSB can be played in a house set. A Classic House cut like Can You Feel It from Fingers can be played, A Techno cut like Strings of Life, rhythm is rhythm can be played in a house set, An R+B cut like Another Star by Stevie can be played, thus it's not a GENRE, it's a FEELING.
movingdeepmusic
@TheBrutiss sorry its not the finished cut just a demo to see what reaction we would get etc! thank you for comments
movingdeepmusic
@Terrywaites thank you terry
Terry Waites
great video
TheBrutiss
whatz up wit the audio..cutting in and out.
movingdeepmusic
of course this was jus from a london perspective and it was film in london right!
movingdeepmusic
no probz m8!
movingdeepmusic
glad you enjoyed it ! all track are taken from - Bertfuzz Movement e.p vol1 Movingdeep Music.1.houseworx 2.Groovin
SECRET CINEMA LOS ANGELES
god dam this doc needs better footage lighting sound - jay j dope west coast pioneer !!
Theo Dinand
excelente, megafan , gracias ole
DJ Soul
Qintin Harris?? LOL... It's Quentin Harris!
frijolitois
¿Alguna idea de donde pueda conseguir este documental subtitulado al español?
AMI Music
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2pIH-h5eEk&list=PLJE_LoMBIiAp3n66u-VkdIQ-vWnc5T-bT