Modulations “cinema for the ear” - talks about Jungle music, Detroit Techno, etc.
Synth Brittania - this is a history of Synthpop in the late 70’s and early 80’s, Depeche Mode, Pet Shop Boys, OMD, KRafwerk, Human League… I love thissss.
Notes on breakcore
(the other parts are on youtube too)
thanks… I’ll watch it tonight…
Damn you I was going to post that, its the first thing that came into my mind. Really fun to watch. Also a tad inspiring.
Kraftwerk and the Electronic Revolution.
As innovative as they are influential, Kraftwerk’s contribution to the development of electronic music since their formation in 1970 remains unsurpassed. Having inspired everyone from Bowie to Coldplay, Siouxsie to Radiohead, this bizarre collective...
History of House Music.
High Tech Soul - The Creation of Techno.
I’m a sucker for documentaries especially the things I’m interested in… Thanks I’ll watch tonight… I love Kraftwerk…
I watched the Breakcore doc, not my cup of tea… I do however appreciate the enthusiasm, the movement, the experimentation, the ppl.
Metal Machine Music: Nine Inch Nails and the Industrial Uprising
The Alchemists of Sound - 2003 documentary on the BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Whole thing on googlevids -not currently working but it might later:
Parts 1-6 in playlist:
Parts 1-6 seperated:
I love this one, I fell in love with Delia Derbyshire after seeing this.
Delia Ann Derbyshire (5 May 1937 – 3 July 2001) was an English musician and composer of electronic music. She is best known for her pioneering work with the BBC Radiophonic Workshop during the 1960s, particularly her popular electronic arrangement of the theme music to the British science-fiction television series Doctor Who. She has been referred to as "the unsung heroine of British electronic music."
Derbyshire was born in Coventry, daughter of Emma (née Dawson) and Edward Derbyshire. of Ce...
I can’t wait to watch this… It’s inspiring…
I’m really enjoying the KRaftwerk doc… I haven’t finished yet because it’s 3 hrs l.o.l. Interesting how their parents was part of the new order.
the KRaftwerk doc has been very educational for me because I mostly listen to electronic music. MLON, I owe you one, you don’t understand…
Tangerine Dream - Zeit, Phaedra, Atem… I’m not used to it but .
Yellow Magic Orchestra -
Bowie and Eno - Low, Heroes, Lodger
Giorgio Moroder - Midnight Express.
Brian Eno - Imaginary Landscapes (watch the speakers, loud and not that good sound)
that Kraftwerk documentary is a must see if your doing electronic music… I don’t quite understand the experimental stuff yet(especially when there is no melody and just noise but I appreciate it soo much)… That documentary is a portal to me because all I did today was download bands like Yellow Magic ORchestra, Karl Bartos, Eno, Bowie, etc… I was born in 74 but really discovered electronic music like Depeche in 85… It’s nice to know the history of it… No wonder Depeche Mode is big in Germany.
here are two cool documentary about
Darkbeat: An Electro World
A rare doc about Jungle music
A London Something Dis