Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Electronic Music Documentary "Headspace" Premieres in New York

A description of the film "Headspace," which focuses on the electronic dance music scene, from the New York Times:
[Headspace] tries to capture the essence of the music and the lifestyle associated with it. It’s experimental rather than expository, bargain-basement visionary work that deploys evocative filmmaking devices (slow dissolves, frame blurs, slow and fast motion, strobe-flash effects) to induce a 3-a.m.-on-the-dance-floor mindset, a feeling that time is suspended and that the only thing that matters is the beat (described by one interview subject as “fat kick always — boom, boom”).
Let's hope that it will make it to San Francisco as well; sounds like a good excuse for a party.

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