Progressive House is a style (subgenre) of house music. The style emerged in the early 1990s in the United Kingdom. Progressive House is notable for a larger set of samples and musical instruments in rhythm development, as well as richer sound.
The main characteristics of Progressive House are the same: the 4/4 common time and the medium tempo (120—140 BPM). Progressive House belongs to the progressive element that is the Progressive Music, just as Progressive Trance and other styles do.
The term Progressive House was first used in 1992 by the Mixmag magazine (UK) editor in chief Dom Phillips. Such labels as Guerilla, Limbo label Stress and JackPot began to specialize in this music. All that these labels published in the mid—90s can be considered classic Progressive House.
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