In the late 1970′s to early 1980′s house music was born in the city of Chicago. It wasn’t long before Europe got wind of this new sound and it’s founding fathers Frankie Knuckles, Steve Hurley, Farley Jackmaster Funk, and Jesse Saunders found their records appearing on and even topping UK charts. Meanwhile, back in Chicago the traditional 120 BPM house started morphing into a much harder, faster, and sexually explicit strain called “Juke.” While garnering a lot of notoriety in the early 90′s, the sound went back underground for some time. Fast forward, and Chicago Juke is alive and well. A new band of producers like Chicago’s own Flosstradamus are introducing the sound to new audiences.