Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by zeedoodles, Jan 13, 2012.
Here are a couple of oldies but goodies
Detroit The Blueprint Of Techno
Cheers. Will watch tomorrow
Great interview here with one of my musical heros - give the video 45 seconds or so.
Posted this on the jungle thread but worth watching...
'All Black' - jungle doc from 94
'Jungle: A London Someting Dis' - yeah, everyone has probably seen it but it's a classic, seen!
'Living Inside the Speaker' - decent dubstep doc
Channel 4s Pump up The Volume: History of House Music music is well worth a watch
Theres a book of it too
'Lost in Music' - 1996 jungle/d'n'b doc
'Modern Times' - Bukem/GLR doc
'What is UK Garage?' - short UK Garage doc
documentary about the birth of electronic music in Britain
This little 10 min thing is ace: centering on Wiley and Roll Deep, catches the early days of grime/eski/sublow - the names hadnt stuck yet!
'Lola da Musica' - Dutch doc, but the interviews are all in English - Squarepusher, Photek and Source Direct.
'High Tech Soul' - nice techno doc
I have some music docs on my blog
although a couple of them are on this thread already!
early UK hip hop culture...
Bad Meaning Good... http://video.google.co.uk/videoplay?docid=-5613791235023845032
The history of the roland TB-303
Fantastic - we must have been on our travels when this one did the rounds, not seen it before.
World in Action 1988 documentary - A Trip Round Acid House
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GfzFiECOWU4 pt 2
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gVUhRgWBXKo pt 3
A Short Film About Chilling - early Ibiza scene
embedding disabled links below
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aqbndq0F2BY pt 1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZqgwrevmEO8 pt 2
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gfl0Y3zWcuA pt 3
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_rnWCGuggQo pt 4
New Age Travellers - free festivals, Castlemorton
ITs a cracker that one - three parts, got interviews with everyone in it + a gruff Scotsman narrating it for extra gravitas!
loved this one...
RUTHLESS RAP ASSASSINS
Just watched this - well worth watching. Although like a lot of these things the last few minutes is a bit dodgy as they try and bring it up to date. Is Matthew Dear really a good representation of where techno is now?
Well this thread is going to fuck my day of tilling the bathroom right up. Allready been distracted by a history of house documentary that Basswhore posted elsewhere...
The Decline of Western Civilisation Part 2 - The Metal Years
Standing in the Shadows of Motown
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