House music comes in multiple varieties
and to add to the confusion, what one person calls a certain
variety isn't always agreed by another. Best to compare then.
The website 'DJ List', has written a nice paragraph about
the lads who having been working under the Disciples monicker
for two years.
"Their unique style fuses chunky vocal house, definitive
tech funk, and tribal flecked beats with an infectious liquid
groove that takes a crowd on a roller coaster ride of deep
throbbing bass lines, sexy riffs and dirty twisted beats."
Both are pleasantly surprised by the description and Rob suggests
that Junior is best to describe their sound. Happily he obliges.
"I've always said to Rob that it's general house. There's
so many different type of house and it gets confusing."
"We even tried to define our own name for it," adds
Rob. "We created a kind of sound for the music we are
doing. If anything it's between electro and dirty house. There's
no real name for it. It literally is just that, house music."
There is of course the matter that if someone starts categorising
the music and tried to make it to suit, it can become harder
"We've done that in the past," says Junior with
a smile. "We tried to make something funky and it's never
turned out like that."
"People ask us as well, 'How do you start to make a track?'
or 'When you go in do you have a specific idea what the track
is going to turn out like?'" states Rob. "You don't.
You go in and start to formulate the beats for it. Then you
build the bass line up."
Apart from obviously wanting to make a record what fuels their