House Reaktor it is a Carlos Walker solo project created in 2022.
Carlos Walker has been involved on some radio projects, as general manager and also as co-owner.
In 2021 Carlos Walker decide to create House Reaktor. The aim of this project is to deliver House Music experience to House Reaktor listeners and supporters allowing them to listen House Music 24/7 nonstop.
House Music brings Carlos Walker to his roots 25 years ago; Carlos always had a great passion for Tribal House and Tech Tribal.
House Reaktor delivers House Music and House Music sub genres such as Deep House, Tech Tribal, Tribal House, Progressive House and Tech House
A BRIEF STORY OF HOUSE MUSIC
Since emerging in Chicago in the 1980s, house music has become a global phenomenon.
Early days and pioneers: House emerged as a new music genre in Chicago in the early 1980s. Its pioneers were a group of Black American DJs who were well versed in disco and hip hop subcultures, and who embraced emerging synthesizer technology from brands like Roland and Korg. Some of the most prominent producers and DJs of early house music include Chicagoans Ron Hardy, Frankie Knuckles, Mr. Lee, Jesse Saunders, J.M. Silk (aka Jack Master Silk) Chip E., Farley "Jackmaster" Funk, Marshall Jefferson, and Larry Heard (aka Mr. Fingers). New Yorkers like Larry Levan also figured prominently in early house music.
Chicago roots: Music historians typically trace house music to a nightclub called the Warehouse, located in Chicago's West Loop neighborhood. There, DJ Frankie Knuckles—sometimes called the "godfather of house”—created continuous dance grooves by splicing together records with a steady four-on-the-floor pulse and tempos ranging from 120 to 130 beats per minute. House tracks often use the Roland TR-808 and TR-909 drum machines; the term "house music" comes from the fact that these machines allowed DJs to create tracks at home without the use of an expensive studio.
Emergence of acid house: One of the first offshoots of house music was acid house, characterized by heavy use of the Roland TB-303 Bass Line synthesizer. The subgenre is named for the song "Acid Tracks'' by Phuture, a Chicago collective featuring Herbert "Herb J" Jackson, Nathan "DJ Pierre" Jones, and Earl "Spanky" Smith Jr.
House music’s global influence: House music quickly spread beyond Chicago, becoming the soundtrack to raves in London, Sheffield, and the Spanish island of Ibiza. In Detroit, it inspired a closely related genre called Detroit techno. A collective led by Juan Atkins called the Belleville Three began combining Chicago house with electro-pop from German groups like Kraftwerk. Meanwhile, in New York and New Jersey, a prominent house scene sprung up at the Paradise Garage nightclub in Manhattan's SoHo neighborhood. Led by DJ Larry Levan, this version of house music became a lynchpin of the region's gay culture, particularly for Black and Latin American men.
House music today: House music has remained a steady presence at raves and on dance playlists, and it has also cracked the Top 40 at various points. French house groups like Daft Punk and St. Germain have released platinum records featuring their version of house. The genre also appears in contemporary hip-hop and pop.