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Modulations (1998)

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The evolution of electronic music and its many genres. How the wide range of styles and scenes formed through experimentations on sound formation.

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The evolution of electronic music and its many genres. How the wide range of styles and scenes formed through experimentations on sound formation.

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Music for your mind's metronome
12 January 1999 | by (San Diego, Ca, USA) – See all my reviews

Pretty fine documentary. Whole thing concentrates almost exclusively on club-oriented electro-music, be House, Ambient, Illbient, Techno-Acid-Wash-Trance-Electro-Acoustic-Drumming or whatnot. I would've much preferred to see more variety included: Xenakis, Japanoise, etc. But then again there's only so much film that can be shot. Above all worth seeing again and again, if only for the wisdom of Genesis.


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