Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by zeedoodles, Jan 13, 2012.
anyone ID the electro track that soundtracks the dance sequence in the middle of this section?
Coming to cinemas mid-late summer.
New doc that traces the development of UK garage...
Mid 90s jungle doc from French Canal TV...
loook forward to checking that UKG one over xmas, thanks steph
been listening to Freek FM this week <they are back with a vengeance, smashing it
I'm listening to freek too at the moment
Thanks Steph for bumping this thread, will have a look at some of these over the hols.
Watched this the other night...
Had never seen these two before
Ed Rush & Optical - Dons
Watched this last night and really enjoyed it. Gives a really strong sense of the time and place I think. I went to Tresor once in 2003 or 4, not that long before it closed down, and it really was a fantastic club. I'd love to have gone in the early 90s.
Love this one too. Again about the time and the place as much as the music.
Thanks for the link to the Tresor film, just watched it - great!
Norman Jay - Good Times The Film @ska invita
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Been a while since I last watched this... Talkin' Headz - The Metalheadz Documentary (98)
Nearly cried at this, "this kit is going to be baptized today....nothing is going to take away my happiness"
The new Nas - Illmatic film is excellent supposedly - still in cinemas atm http://michronicleonline.com/2014/10/28/nas-time-is-illmatic-documentary-review-video/
Soul Nation presented by Trevor Nelson.
I'm looking forward to seeing this in 2015 - "808" The Heart Of The Beat That Changed Music, documentary about the Roland TR-808.
These were posted on other threads at some point, but putting them together here.
Music Nation: Jungle Fever (jungle/d'n'b)
Music Nation: Open Mic (grime)
Music Nation: Brandy & Coke (garage)
Just watching this doc on James Brown, I was never really into him before but it's converting me.
Great doc this from 92 about raving in the South West - 'Hardcore Outlaws'
Not a documentary as such and not an interview, but there are interviews in it and the whole thing is probably not on youtube. But Nick Cave's 20000 days on Earth is a great watch
I really enjoyed that too but I've always loved James Brown, it's still on the iPlayer for anyone who wants to watch.
There's another wacky music doc on the iPlayer I enjoyed, in the Storyville series, called Rocking Cambodia: the Rise of a Diva.
Northern Soul: Living for the Weekend (BBC doc from last year)
Yes, it's good, I've watched it a couple of times now.
still got the VHS of this and im sure its got full tracklist on the back, wil dig it out later
Roddy Moreno talking about SHARP etc
another shorter one
A little interview with one of he guys from Hyper On Experience I stumbled across...
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