List of good electronic music documentaries

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#23

excellent series

i’m finished this and dove into the one on adam asnan


#24

just saw ‘a portrait of arthur russel’ mentioned above, very good!
anyone some new discoveries?


#26

This one is really great! Just wish it was longer and more in-depth. This documentary was my first encounter with Elaine’s music, and still something I come back to on a regular basis.


#27

good? not sure
music? hmmm

since i’m a vandal this goes here anyway


#28

Not a documentary as such but an interesting glimpse into the world of Karlheinz Stockhausen in the form of a tour of his studio at WDR.

Part 1 below. There are 5 parts - watch on youtube and the others will be in the right hand sidebar.


#29

really enjoyed this. creative


#30

Originally from Belgian television but with English subtitles.


#31

Not a documentary but kind of lecture/presentation/q&a about the history of Serge.


#32

julian cope!

not about music, but has great music. and is great all around. especially if you like rocks.


#33

bravo
'the natural temple, as j.cope says


#34

I’m a big Julian Cope fan, but haven’t seen this. Thanks @tehn


#35

this is important


#36

when will the documentary about monome (brian crabtree and kelli cain, who create adaptable interfaces: versatile tools with flexibility not as a feature but as a foundation) and the lines community come into existence? :slight_smile:

edit: an shared effort? the lines community documentary project?


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#38

this is really at the core of SOUND + PROCESS. living document of a very alive community. while the forum itself represents this in real time, S+P is meant to be a digest and a spotlight.

video documentation is a substantial and real goal. i love the idea of the community-built and shot documentary – individual chapters that illustrate the whole? so potent.


#39

yeah exactly what i thought!


#40

A very interesting ARTE documentation [german/french tv] about how Berlin became a hotspot for electronic music during the german reunification in the early 90’s.


#41

“Dub Echoes” by Bruno Natal
…not exactly an electronic music documentary, but the documentary explains the impact of dub on todays electronic music very well i think…


#42

you must have a really strict definition
i think your post fits this thread perfectly (surprising that anyone would doubt it tbh)