2011-04-23T21:36:35+00:00 2011-04-23T21:40:58+00:00

The Electro Wars

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The long awaited music documentary has finally been released. Stephen Vasquez's Electro Wars explores the past, present, and future of electronic dance music. It's everything you see here. Blogs, electro, rap, hip hop, bedroom producers and famous icons. With interviews by the likes of A-Trak, Steve Aoki, Crookers, Dave-1, Laidback Luke, LMFAO, Lil' Jon,  Pitbull, Armand Van Helden, Spank Rock, and even a bit of Justice this film dives deep into the origins of the scene and makes convincing predictions as to where it might go.

This documentary has been in the making for what feels like years so I had some expectations when it came to presentation and material. I have to say it feels amateur in some parts. Awesome, they scored the interviews. But some of the questions these guys were asking almost made me facepalm. There was so much potential in this idea, they didn't hit it. And don't get me wrong the film is great. But it just could have been fucking amazing if these two knew what they were doing.

A sequel is coming out and that makes sense, with all the material they have it would have been a shame to cut stuff out. It's looking like these boys are gonna ride the wave until it dies and stick to that press pass like glue. I don't blame them, everybody loves partying with rockstars.

You can catch the full Electro Wars documentary this week on Pitchfork. It's on for this week only, so don't wait on this or you'll miss your chance.

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  • Yo seriously why the fuck is fucking pitbull and lil jon in this movie? Like for real?? pitbull is a joke takes old house jams and puts his voice spewing spanish jibberish over it…

    Syd April 24, 2011 4:24 PM Reply
    • that was my first thought when i saw the trailer. but in the film his interview is probably the most interesting, and it makes you think. even though he raps on shitty dutch beats featuring enrique iglesias the guy knows how the industry works and knows how to dig money out of it.

      lukas April 24, 2011 6:50 PM Reply
  • whats the last song named

    super10 April 26, 2011 6:58 AM Reply
  • ….Toxic is Dead by The Toxic Avenger

    DJSeeAye April 28, 2011 7:55 PM Reply
  • anyone know the ducksauce song they use in there it says its radiomix but i cant find it anywhere??

    crim3wave May 1, 2011 11:59 AM Reply
  • I haven't really been a fan of the creators of the film either. Their twitter is el terrible.

    jhnsnwllm May 2, 2011 10:39 PM Reply

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