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‘Tron Legacy’ Trailer Premier+New Daft Punk in Trailer

Posted in Movie, Video on March 9, 2010 by dk

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While lots of fake MP3s claiming to be “new Daft Punk music from Tron!” have come and gone over the last few months, we finally have our first real taste of the French duo’s score for the forthcoming Tron Legacy. In the second half of the new trailer for the sequel to the 1982 cult classic, we hear a ridiculously huge pulse that sounds like Human After All ripped on gallons of muscle milk. The thing looks amazing, too.

Tron Legacy, featuring Oscar winner (!) Jeff Bridges, is out December 17 (in 3D!) from Disney. Watch the trailer below and download an iPod-friendly version of it here and a maxed-out 1080p version here.(pitchfork)

The first peek at Disney’s 3-D sequel starring Garrett Hedlund delivers the frenetic techno-punk energy fans expect.

Light cycles, laser discs and vintage arcade games — everything old is new again in “Tron Legacy,” this December’s 3-D sequel to the classic 1982 science-fiction film, “Tron.” After the film’s first official trailer opened wide in theaters last weekend, Disney has released it online this week, so viewers at home can witness the same frenetic techno-punk energy that fans have anticipated since the project was first announced at Comic-Con in 2008.

The trailer begins as “Tron” veteran Alan Bradley (Bruce Boxleitner) explains to young Sam Flynn (Garrett Hedlund) that he’s received a signal from Sam’s missing father, Kevin (Jeff Bridges), the computer-programming protagonist of the first film. The information leads Sam to his father’s old arcade, a place that hasn’t seen action in 20 years. There, Sam discovers Kevin’s secret workroom and is inadvertently drawn into a digital world filled with vicious competitions and equally ruthless competitors. Wearing the white-and-blue uniform that his father wore nearly 30 years earlier, Sam eventually encounters Kevin, a broken man far removed from his heroic and youthful appearance in “Tron.”

Weeks ago, the “Tron Legacy” trailer premiered at special 3-D screenings around the country as the culmination of a viral campaign initiated on the Web site The trailer, which offers the first extensive look at characters played by Hedlund, Olivia Wilde and more, is playing before Tim Burton’s “Alice in Wonderland” on 3-D, IMAX and regular screens.

In January, “Tron Legacy” director Joseph Kosinski told MTV News that the film’s 3-D approach has less in common with James Cameron’s immersive “Avatar” than it does with “The Wizard of Oz,” in the sense that 3-D effects will be relegated to the Tron world rather than the film’s reality-based scenes.

“When you make a movie, you can only make the movie that you would want to see,” Kosinski said of his approach to the sequel. “For me, it was taking what I loved about the first film, which was the design elements that Syd Mead and Moebius [a.k.a. Jean Giraud] did, which I feel is timeless, and extrapolate it forward 28 years. We’re saying in the world of the computer, it’s been thousands of years and it has evolved.”(MTV)

“Tron Legacy” debuts nationwide on December 17, 2010.

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Speaking in Code DVD Release+free Hearthrob podcast

Posted in Dj Mix, DVD, Movie, Promotions, Techno on March 4, 2010 by dk

Speaking in Code is the techno movie that is not about techno. It is about people.
Speaking in Code
Out March 12, 2010

For nearly a year, a documentary has been filtering though the world, via film festivals, music festivals and one-off viewings. Now, after 5 years of work, Speaking in Code is proud to announce the DVD is ready to order.

“The personal edge really makes it stand out as something different,” said one viewer. “I was very impressed with the unexpected layers,” said another. “Brave rather than exploitative,” “Had an amazing look” and “I loved it, truly!” is just some of the feedback for Speaking in Code.

There have been many documentaries about dance music, either focusing on a broad survey of the music (Modulations, High Tech Soul) or backstage with certain superstars (Sasha and Digweed’s Delta Heavy, Tiësto in Concert), but none like Speaking in Code, which fixes the camera on a special set of characters and follows them for years—experiencing their triumphs, their failures and their near obsession with a music long forced to the fringes of mainstream culture. It is all spectacularly framed by Director/Producer Amy Grill and Cinematographer Scott Sans, who travelled to the world on a shoestring budget to bring the characters to life.

These characters include: Monolake, the inventor of music production program Abelton Live; Modeselektor, a DJ/production duo whose famous fans include Radiohead’s Thom Yorke; The Wighnomy Brothers, who, raised in East Germany, brought a new sound to the music and catapulted to success; Philip Sherburne, an established journalist and producer himself; and David Day, the director’s then-husband, who attempts to change a rock-centric American city. Together they form a near perfect portrait of an underground, global community.

Filming began five years ago, and the blog chronicled the journey. Word grew until everyone—from well-known artists to countless of blogs and fans—desperately wanted to see the film. It then screened all over the world, from China to Poland to Holland and at film festivals like Independent Film Festival Boston, CMJ Film Festival and San Francisco’s DocFest.

The $19.95 price includes a wealth of DVD extras. Footage from Modeselektor’s brazen performance at Sonar 2006 is provided uncut, or go on a tour of Kompakt with Michael Mayer or an extended interview with Ellen Allien of BPitch Control. Characters not explored in the film, like Jimmy Johnson of Forced Exposure record distribution, are featured in the extras. In the printed insert, journalist and producer Philip Sherburne contributes an essay.

“Electronic music’s most important documentary?”—Terry Church, Beatport
“Reveals the human side of the thoroughly modern music.”—Ada Hutchinson, Weekly Dig


Speaking in Code is the techno movie that is not about techno. Five years in the making, it follows a cast of characters compelled to make and support electronic music. In cinema verité style, the 90-minute feature takes the audience into a world few have ever seen.
Speaking in Code podcast from Baltimoroder, a Boston DJ related to the Hearthrob party ( He takes a lot of signature tracks from the film and weaves it into music from the in the film.

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The tracklisting:
1 “Fragile” – Monolake (Imbalance Computer Music)
2 “Wombat” – The Wighnomy Brothers (Kompakt Extra)
3 “In The Moog For Love” – Steadycam (K2)
4 “For Penny and Alexis” – The Rice Twins (Kompakt Extra)
5 “You Might Say Im Ruminativen (Parfum rework)” – WB (WB Records)
6 “Enjoy The Silence (Timo Maas Extended Remix)” – Depeche Mode (Reprise Records)
7 “Milk & Honey” – Philip Sherburne (Lan Muzic)
8 “Maps (Michael Mayer & Tobias Thomas Mix)” – Ada (Areal Records)
9 “Regensburg (Gas Mix)” – Markus Guentner (Kompakt)
10 “Kappsta 2” – The Field (Kompakt)
11 “Vote or Die” – Modeselektor (BPitch Control)
12 “Way Out” – Ellen Allien & Apparat (BPitch Control)
13 “I Love You” – Modeselektor (BPitch Control)
14 “No 7-11’s (Akufen’s Chill Em All Mix) – DJ Champion (Saboteur)

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Inglourious Basterds (soundtrack)

Posted in Movie, OST on December 27, 2009 by dk

Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds: Motion Picture Soundtrack is the soundtrack to Quentin Tarantino’s motion picture Inglourious Basterds. It was originally released on August 18, 2009. The soundtrack uses a variety of music genres, including spaghetti western soundtrack excerpts, R&B and the David Bowie song “Cat People (Putting Out Fire)”. This is the first soundtrack for a Quentin Tarantino film not to feature dialogue excerpts.

Track listing
“The Green Leaves of Summer” – Nick Perito
“The Verdict (La Condanna)” – Ennio Morricone
“White Lightning (Main Title)” – Charles Bernstein
“Slaughter” – Billy Preston
“The Surrender (La resa)” – Ennio Morricone
“One Silver Dollar (Un Dollaro Bucato)” – Gianni Ferrio
“Davon geht die Welt nicht unter” – Zarah Leander
“The Man with the Big Sombrero” – Samantha Shelton & Michael Andrew
“Ich wollt, ich wär ein Huhn” – Lilian Harvey & Willy Fritsch
“Main Theme from Dark of the Sun” – Jacques Loussier
“Cat People (Putting Out Fire)” – David Bowie [Original Version]
“Tiger Tank” – Lalo Schifrin
“Un Amico” – Ennio Morricone
“Rabbia e Tarantella” – Ennio Morricone

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Transformers Revenge of the Fallen DVD Rip Movie

Posted in Movie on September 27, 2009 by dk

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen is an American science fiction action film starring Shia LaBeouf and Megan Fox. It is the sequel to 2007’s Transformers and the second film in the live action Transformers series. Michael Bay and Steven Spielberg return respectively as director and executive producer, while Shia LaBeouf reprises the role of Sam Witwicky, the human caught in the war between Autobots and Decepticons. The film introduces many more robots and the scope has been expanded to numerous countries, most notably France, Jordan and Egypt. The plot revolves around Sam, who has been having visions of Cybertronian symbols, getting hunted by the evil Decepticons under the orders of their long-trapped leader, The Fallen. The Fallen seeks to get revenge on Earth by finding and activating a machine that would provide the Decepticons with an energon source, destroying all life on the planet in the process.

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They Call It Acid – The story of Acid House culture

Posted in Classics, Electronic, Movie, News on May 25, 2009 by dk

They Call It Acid – The story of Acid House culture
A HEADflicks production, A Film by Gordon Mason, Narrated by Robert Owens, Music produced by Evil Eddie Richards.

Film Trailer – They Call it Acid from Gordon Mason on Vimeo.

Press quotes
“An excellent 2 hour documentary.. Worth looking out for”
Time Out Magazine

“An important document of a pivotal moment in British pop culture, it captures the euphoric mood of rave culture perfectly”
Sheryl Garratt – Editor, The Face 1989-95

“Gordon Mason’s new documentary They Call it Acid.. The definitive account of Acid House culture, featuring never-before-seen footage of the very first illegal parties and interviews with virtually all of the scene’s most important figures.. For want of a better word, sorted”
Another Man Magazine

“It’s a pretty much definitive doc on the acid house scene.. Absolutely hilarious”
DJ History Website

“Superb.. Captures the spirit and times perfectly”
Faith Fanzine

“It’s time this amazing tale were told”
Zani E-zine

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Speaking in Code Official Trailer…lost in music!

Posted in Movie, Promotions on May 9, 2009 by dk

Speaking in Code is an intimate account of people who are completely lost in music.(Finally a movie for me and,probably,for you too)

The 2009 Boston Independent Film Festival has announced that Amy Grill’s feature documentary film, SPEAKING IN CODE, will have its world Premiere at the festival. In 2005 Amy Grill, currently a faculty member at Emerson College, began filming a verité account of the characters behind electronic music. The result is an intimate, inspiring and sometimes heartbreaking look into a world where people get lost in music.
After interviewing many characters in many different countries, Grill trained her camera on eight individuals within the world of electronic music: an innovative inventor, two rambunctious bad-boy producers, two DJ and their collective in East Germany, a jet-setting journalist, her then-husband, a tireless Boston-based promoter, and, ultimately, herself. In three years of filming SPEAKING IN CODE, each go through dramatic life events which transcend the music altogether and make the film a compelling tale of humanity.

Shot on location by Grill with a young and gifted Director of Photography, Scott Sans, SPEAKING IN CODE was filmed in 11 cities in 5 countries. Whether an ammunition plant-turned-nightclub in the country, a sleek record store with sleeker offices or a suburban childhood home, the screen comes alive with brilliant images of lives consumed in sound.

Director Amy Grill is currently a Producer-in-Residence at Boston’s Emerson College. She recently launched the College Outreach program at Current TV in 2007. Grill built the student television network at Emerson and served as the faculty advisor to several projects while at Emerson including the Kevin Bright Workshop. She has worked in various capacities in network and cable television in New York and public television in Boston. After producing an experimental short and a photography exhibit, she took to making SPEAKING IN CODE.

SPEAKING IN CODE features journalist PHILIP SHERBURNE, the production and DJ team WIGHNOMY BROTHERS, BPitch Control recording artists and Radiohead favorite MODESELEKTOR, software developer and artist MONOLAKE plus promoter and current A&E Editor of Boston’s Weekly Dig, DAVID DAY.

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My Friends Told Me About You -The filmmaking debut of Interpol Bassist Carlos Dengler

Posted in Movie, News on March 3, 2009 by dk


MY FRIENDS TOLD ME ABOUT YOU is the filmmaking debut of Carlos Dengler, bassist of infamous NYC based rock band Interpol. The 26 minute short film targets the idea of celebrity as affliction and premieres in New York City at Anonymous Gallery on April 17th. Filmed around Chicago in 2007, MFTMAY charts the journey of a man at the beginning of a downward spiral. Paranoia, confusion, and anger start to color all that he knows to be true and as reality blurs with his subconscious fears, an alternate world propelled by violence and mistrust begins to take over. As sonic as it is visual, Dengler also composed the original score for MFTMAY in collaboration with acclaimed English clarinetist Ian Mitchell.

Carlos Dengler produced, stars in, and composed the original score for MY FRIENDS TOLD ME ABOUT YOU. MFTMAY is co-produced by Todd Eckert, producer of award-winning Joy Division biopic, Control, which won the 2007 Cannes award for Best European Feature.

Dengler writes:
“Making MY FRIENDS TOLD ME ABOUT YOU was a chance to explore the narrative potential of sound and spectacle. The idea was to achieve the expression of film as a composition, a tone poem of carefully selected cinematic effects and gestures.”

MY FRIENDS TOLD ME ABOUT YOU is proud to announce our debut collaboration with Anonymous Gallery in New York City. MFTMAY will premiere publicly as a video installation at Anonymous from April 17th through May 5th. Press are invited to an early screening on Thursday April 16th before the installation opens to the public. A full schedule of events surrounding the premiere will be announced in the upcoming weeks.

MY FRIENDS TOLD ME ABOUT YOU is a main feature in McSweeney’s Wholphin DVD Volume #8, due Spring 2009. Wholphin is a quarterly DVD magazine of short films published by McSweeney’s. Each issue is lovingly-encoded with two and a half hours of meticulously-selected, differently-lengthed films you can’t find anywhere else. From rare Spike Jonze documentaries to the early work of Alexander Payne, if it’s good, rare, new, or unseen, it’s on Wholphin.
“…the most relentlessly fascinating and inventive showcase for new short films
in the country.” — IFC

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