Progressive house (also known as prog house) is a subgenre of house music. The progressive house style emerged in the early 1990s. It initially developed in the United Kingdom as a natural progression of North American and European house music of the late 1980s.
Progressive EDM is a style of house music that’s known for its infectious melodies, lush soundscapes, and gradual build-ups in tempo and sound. This type of music is characterized by its use of layered, intricate sounds that gradually increase in intensity, leading to a euphoric finale. Unlike traditional house music, which often relies on repetition and minimalism, progressive house features complex rhythms and harmonic structures that take the listener on a journey. DJs and producers often use long, seamless mixes to create a hypnotic and immersive experience on the dance floor.