Introducing a series that introduces recommended music of various genres, this time we will introduce Progressive House!
Click here for the previous introduction blog ➡︎ 5 songs to listen to at home
What is Progressive House in the first place? Simply put, it's a genre subdivided from house music, with roots in the rave and club scenes of the early 1990s in England, Australia and North America. In a sense, it's kind of like "techno-like house music ...". By the way, let's leave the explanation there, and let's listen to what kind of music it is!
Mark & Lukas / Colours Of Life (Original Mix)
A song with a very comfortable development and tone. Personally, I am fascinated by the development from around 2:10. The gentle atmosphere of the melody makes me feel relaxed. I want to listen to it while drinking hot coffee at the end of a workday.
Gregory Esayan / Changes
The sound of the heavy pads on the heavy kicks beautifully colors my world view, and it makes me sigh. Glittering melodies are scattered everywhere, and when you close your eyes, you can see the various scenes in your mind’s eye. I want to listen to this under the starry autumn night sky ... That’s the kind of song it is.
Talamanca,David Sherlock / Cruisin’
Of all the songs I’m introducing this time, I personally like this one the most. I want to enjoy a bit of alcohol while shaking my body to the rhythm and melody. Or maybe it would go well with a night drive.
Lesh / Elevation (Original Mix)
The bouncing rhythm, synth, and beautiful piano sounds are mixed perfectly, and I want to listen to it endlessly. Such a wonderful song. It may be just me, but it feels like the composer knew exactly what I wanted to hear at what point of the development, and it leaves me with such a feeling of satisfaction.
Dinka / White Christmas
Let's finish with this song. The title is White Christmas, but I want to listen to on long autumn nights, because it's such a very comfortable song to listen to in this cool season. There’s really nothing I can say about the melancholic melody. The bass sound is also comfortable.
Well, how was it? There are many other songs I would like to introduce, but they will have to wait for another opportunity. If you like these even a little, please search the artist names or Progressive House introduced this time to find more tunes you may like.
See you again ♪