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In the style of house music.‘uptempo housey beats’
- ‘Hey, I can do melodic and housey any old time, any old place.’
- ‘Things get a bit harder-sounding around the middle section and it seems George is slightly less in his element here, but things get back on track in a mellow housey way toward the end.’
- ‘Exotic housey dub flavours dance with strings, jazzy inflections, loungey keys and world beats.’
- ‘The most immediate pleasure comes from the more housey tracks.’
- ‘Ronu plays pure Indian classical flute over a housey club track.’
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