Daree Rock was born and raised in Berlin - Germany.
In the early 80ies when Electro Funk, Breakdance and Electric-Boogaloo arrived Germany he discovered his passion for this new kind of music.
Influenced by Newcleus, Jonzun Crew, Planet Patrol or Paul Hardcastle he began to collect Electro Funk records and played them as a DJ in many clubs in Berlin.
After a long time as a DJ and inspired by hundreds of records that he played Daree Rock started to produce his own music.
Daree's music is an unique combination of new- and oldschool Electro Funk elements, Breakbeats and melodic sounds.
Many times he also uses a vocoder for his distinctive music style.
In 2008 he produced his first album called "This Sound". This album reflects his large bandwidth of creativity.
Around the same time Daree Rock created several remixes for the famous C64-Remix-Community. The remixes "Turrican 2 - The Final Fight" and "Dwarf Fly Remix" were very successful. Many radio stations and podcasts played these songs.
In 2012 Daree Rock produced a new song called "City of Lights", a fresh and beatpumping homage to newschool Electro Funk and Acid-House. "City of Lights" can be downloaded at a lot of online shops.
In 2015 he created his new album "Time And Space".
Electro or Electro-Funk is a genre of electronic music and early hip hop directly influenced by the use of the Roland TR-808 drum machines, and funk. Records in the genre typically feature drum machines and heavy electronic sounds, usually without vocals, although if vocals are present they are delivered in a deadpan manner, often through electronic distortion such as vocoding and talkboxing. This is the main distinction between electro and previously prominent genres such as disco, in which the electronic sound was only part of the instrumentation. It also palpably deviates from its predecessor boogie for being less vocal-oriented and more focused on electronic beats produced by drum machines.
From its inception, one of the defining characteristics of the electro sound was the use of drum machines, particularly the Roland TR-808, as the rhythmic basis of the track. As the genre evolved, computers and sampling replaced drum machines in electronic music, and are now used by the majority of electro producers. It is important to note, that although the electro of the 1980s and contemporary electro both grew out of the dissolution of disco, they are now different genres.
Classic electro drum patterns tend to be electronic emulations of breakbeats, with a syncopated kick drum, and usually a snare or clap accenting the backbeat. The difference between electro drumbeats and breakbeats or breaks is that electro tends to be more mechanical, while breakbeats tend to have more of a human-like feel, like that of a live drummer. The definition however is somewhat ambiguous in nature due to the various uses of the term.
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