jazz house music

The best thing about electronic dance music is that it can pull influences and inspiration from almost any other genre of music. As long as it’s got a dance-friendly beat then it’s safe to label it as dance music.

And depending on the variations of influences, the end result can create some truly memorable genres; none more so than Jazz House.

So ahead of her latest release, a collaboration with renowned jazz artist Nick Phillips which you can stream below, we spoke with Tyler Stone about her favorite jazz house record that every fan of both genres has to know about.

1. Herb Alpert “Rise” (A&M 1979)

Released right at the end of the disco era and the inspiration for “Movin’ On”, “Rise” marked a departure from Herb Alpert’s previous Tijuana Brass-inspired music. 

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