A history of rave in dance music documentaries - - Mixmag

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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E is for Ecstasy (1992)

The BBC follows a group of ecstasy users to determine the motivations people have for taking the drug and the cultural impact it had in this illuminating documentary, which parallels its stories with insight from health professionals about the potential harmful effects.

All Black Jungle Fever (1994)

“England’s not just The Beatles.” Journey back to the birth of UK genre jungle, featuring the rise of computer-made music, MC culture and cutting dubplates.

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