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A history of rave in dance music documentaries

Hours of gold watching material, from '88 to '16

  • Patrick Hinton
  • 7 April 2017
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The Chemical Generation (2001)

Boy George presents this Channel 4 documentary about acid house, journeying from Manchester's legendary The Haçienda club to Ibiza, and looking into the impact of the devastating Criminal Justice Bill of 1994.

Don't Forget To Go Home (Feiern) (2006)

The title of this film is something many of us need a reminder of on occasion, and captures the immersive, addictive, life-changing thrill that dance parties have. DJs featured include Ricardo VIllaobos and Nick Höppner, and there’s also vision from many others involved in the scene, from punters to bouncers.

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