Fidget house, also known as jacking house, is a style of electro house that distinguishes itself by making heavy use of breakbeat hardcore-esque synth stabs, pitch bending of basslines, and cut-up vocal samples, as well as glitchy, or "choppy", 4/4 rhythms. It first developed in the late 2000s and takes influence from other contemporary styles, including bassline and UK garage. The most well-known fidget house producers include Hervé and Crookers.

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