From underground to over-ground, Rewind 4Ever is the definitive UK Garage music documentary. From the confines of the house party to the vibrant club scene and beyond, there has never been a more in depth look at the Garage genre.
Chronicling the rise from underground to over-ground, Rewind is the definitive UK Garage music documentary. From the confines of the house party to the vibrant club scene and beyond, there has never been a more in depth look at the Garage genre. From the years of 1998 to 2002 UK Garage dominated the national charts. The most successful British dance genre to ever emerge from London's underground, Rewind travels back in time to uncover the untold story of a genre of music that defined an entire generation, still prevalent in today's music world. The influence and legacy of Garage has been immense and the artists most known for putting it on the music map share their passion with you. The first British dance music documentary of its kind, here is the ultimate history of the rise, fall and resurrection of Garage music: Rewind 4EverWritten by
Mid-way through production Lawton located archive footage from a Berkshire-based production company, BCA Films. During the years of 2000 and 2001 BCA Films director Mark Hamilton was approached to make a UK Garage documentary 'on spec', which upon completion would be shown to TV channels for a potential broadcast with the help of two investors. Hamilton completed a rough-cut of the documentary filmed on location at the Gass Club featuring DJ EZ, DJ Luck, MC Neat, MC CKP, Mr. Scribs and club promoter Paul K. Despite an edit being made the film never got released. Lawton acquired the rights to the unreleased footage and clips of Hamilton's original UK Garage documentary can been seen in the final version of Rewind 4Ever. See more »
Written & Produced by 'R. Forbes'
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