Album cover in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
|Composed by||Shiho Fujii|
|Mood||A little grumpy...|
|Owned by|| Canberra[nb 1]|
|Name in other languages|
Хаус К. К.
"K.K. House" is a K.K. Slider song that first appears in Animal Crossing: City Folk. It has a driving four-on-the-floor beat and prominent bassline, which support a fast, upbeat tune with many minor scale notes, although it is a major scale song. It is based on the house genre, which originated in the '80s as clubs in Chicago would modify disco tracks with electronic drum tracks and thicker basslines. Specifically, it appears to derive from French house, a sub-genre that emerged in France in the '90s, which is characterized by thick harmonies and aspects borrowed from Euro disco. The aircheck characterizes this through its prominent use of piano chords alongside its electronic drums and bass.
The album cover for "K.K. House" features Penelope, Gayle, and Friga with K.K. Slider as his alter ego DJ KK in the background. In New Leaf, the text at the bottom is illegible, while in New Horizons, the text reads "K.K. House."
In City Folk
In Animal Crossing: City Folk, "K.K. House" is not played in any villagers' houses.
In New Leaf
In New Horizons
In Animal Crossing: New Horizons, "K.K. House" is played in the houses of Agnes, Bianca, and Spike.
In Happy Home Designer
In other media
An official remix titled "K.K. House (Club Version)" was released as a bonus track on the albums Machi e Ikō yo Doubutsu no Mori: Mori no Ongakkai and Animal Crossing: Your Favourite Songs - Original Soundtrack, arranged by Shiho Fujii (who also composed the original song). It combines the vocals of the live version with the instrumentation of the aircheck version, causing it to more closely resemble its origins in French house.
Names in other languages
- Interview in Nintendo DREAM Vol 182