If you want to know more things about the house music and his movement, please find down below a selection of the mains documentaries never made about it.Have a seat and watch it, you will not be disappointed.
“I Was There When House Took Over The World”
British television broadcaster Channel 4, the team behind vital 2001 dance-music documentary series Pump Up the Volume: The History of House Music, have shared a new project chronicling the genre’s origins, titled I Was There When House Took Over the World.
“Pump Up The Volume”
In this documentary the origin of house music is being explained. It starts in Chicago in the “Warehouse” club. This later became the Genre called just “House” because people wanted to buy music which they heard in the Wearhous. The character “Jack” which is often mentioned in house songs is also explained. Early 90s it got to England. Here the genre House splits in many different ways. Drum and Bass and Techno is mentioned. Also the rave scene is explained.
“How Clubbing Change The World”
Around the time of the 2012 Olympics in London, UK’s Channel 4 aired a documentary hosted by actor Idris Elba about the evolution of club culture in UK/Europe and it’s influence on global culture. The documentary starts off by paying homage to the U.S. roots of dance music (soul/R&B, funk, disco, and electronic music coming from NYC, Chicago, and Detroit) and quickly moves into the evolution of dance music and club culture in UK and Europe. The documentary also touches on the recent EDM invasion going on in the U.S. and worldwide club/party scene.