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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cinema for the ear

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Documentary | Music

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18 September 1998 (USA)  »

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$72,688 (USA) (11 September 1998)

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$138,425 (USA) (19 March 1999)
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Sunstroke
Written & Produced by Mixmaster Morris
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Courtesy of Caroline Records
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Around the electronica world in 80 minutes
14 January 1999 | by (Nashville, TN) – See all my reviews

If you are at all interested in electronic music - in just about any form, but especially techno/jungle/acid/dnb/house/etc. make sure you see this movie. "Modulations" is a brilliant little (73 minutes) film that is a perfect visual complement to the subject matter - including trippy graphics, beat-synched cinematography, thought-provoking interviews, live shots of wired-up ravers, and of course, a ripping soundtrack.

Get your head together and check it out - you'll be glad you did.


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