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Do You Know House

 
When "Do You Know House?" hit the streets in early 2000, true househeads rejoiced, for they had found a new anthem.  The song's lyrics, spoken by Anthony Goode, brilliantly captured the mood of dancers frustrated with the growing popularity of druggy, droning  tracks with no soul.  Decrying the lack of feeling in "big room" house, Goode analyzed the situation to a T, breaking down the history of the music and rifling off a list of house legends. A rocking guitar solo ended the proceedings with an affirmation of the attitude that has inspired thirty years of dance music. 

Todd Gardner was the man behind the record, adding another notch to a rapidly impressive resume.  A lifelong Jersey resident, Gardner attended college before deciding upon a music career.  Forming his own label, Gardner debuted with the Genesis EP, which also spotlighted his trumpet skills.  The buzz from that record led to work with the Sound of Music and Yellorange labels, setting up the release of "Do You Know House?"  Since then, he's had a project on the venerable Sole Music from Scotland. 

Todd Gardner's Deepest Grooves

Genesis EP (Mission, 1999?)

"Something For Hue" (Sound Of Music, 1999)

"It's Alright It's Alright" (Yellorange, 2000)

"Do You Know House" (Dance Tracks, 2000)

"It's The Music" (Sole Music, 2001)

"Rhythm" remix - Orienta (King Street, 2001) 

"Steal A Kiss" (Sound of Music, 2002)
Jay Goodwill helps on production duties on this Hall and Oates-sampling single.

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