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We Don't Care About Music Anyway (2009)

From radical turntablism (Otomo Yoshihide) to laptop music innovation (Numb), via classic instrument hijacking (Sakamoto Hiromichi), Tokyo's avant-garde music scene is internationally known for its boldness.
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Hiromichi Sakamoto ...
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Tomoko Shimazaki ...
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Ken Takehisa ...
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Fuyuki Yamakawa ...
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Yoshihide Ôtomo ...
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From radical turntablism (Otomo Yoshihide) to laptop music innovation (Numb), via classical instrument hijacking (Sakamoto Hiromichi), Tokyo's avant-garde music scene is internationally known for its boldness. While introducing some of the great musicians of this scene the film offers a view of Tokyo, confronting music and noise, sound, image, reality and representation, documentary and fiction. Written by Anonymous

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15 January 2011 (Japan)  »

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I tak nie zalezy nam na muzyce  »

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A unique documentary film about music !
26 November 2009 | by (France) – See all my reviews

From radical turntablism (Otomo Yoshihide) to laptop music innovation (Numb), via classical instrument hijacking (Sakamoto Hiromichi), Tokyo's avant-garde music scene is internationally known for its boldness.

While introducing some of the greatest musicians of this scene, "We Don't Care About Music Anyway..." offers a kaleidoscopic view of Tokyo, confronting music and noise, sound and image, reality and representation, documentary and fiction.

"We don't care about music anyway"... In other words, "we make it and that's all". Beyond the music and beyond its performance, the future and mode of existence of a city, and society as a whole, are in motion...


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