For those of you who were of dancing age in the 80’s, you might remember the sudden popularity of House, a style of electronic music born in Chicago. Most sources credit the DJ Frankie Knuckles with creating these beats (he started playing his now-famous sets at a club called Warehouse in the late 70’s), but the genre quickly spread to other cities, and has many “godfathers.” I mean, this music really made you dance, just listen to Pump up the Volume by Marrs, and Black Box’s Ride on Time. By the mid 90’s clubs were already playing a different, less soulful kind of sound. Feeling nostalgic? The DJ Danny Krivit is keeping House music alive with a monthly party called 718 Sessions, which started out in Brooklyn and has of late moved to Manhattan. These parties are delightfully old-school and inclusive, meaning everyone is welcome: old, young, fat, skinny, hipsters and the most unfashionable people you can image.