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The Electro Wars – The Movie

TiltAdmin on March 15, 2010 - 5:00 am in Uncategorized

I first heard about The Electro Wars on Twitter of all places. There is some major buzz about this movie. I myself am really impressed that someone finally made a documentary of whats been really going on in the dance music world. From Blogs to Shows, Shows, and more Shows. Not to mention how the movie shows how connected everyone in the Dance Music community really is. Looks like we are in for a real treat. The movie seems to highlights the early Electro trend setters and goes in depth of the early founders of the scene from the last five years. My, how times have changed and evolved. From the parties, to how music is produced and promoted in this industry now. This movie is going to cover all bases. I’ll going to let these trailers speak for themselves.

More info on the ELECTRO WARS WEBSITE.
Check em out and follow them on Facebook or Twitter for more updates!

If you live in Miami your in luck! “The Electro Wars” screens its first run at this year’s Winter Music Conference AKA WC on March 26 and features interviews with A-Trak, Steve Aoki, Major Lazer, Chromeo, LA Riots, Franki Chan, Pitbull, Lil Jon, LMFAO, 30h!3, Spank Rock, The Crookers, Ninjasonik, Matt and Kim, Midnight Juggernauts, The White Lies, Laidback Luke, Apl.De.Ap, Tego Calderon, Hype Machine and many more. BOOM! Man, I can’t wait to see the full movie on the big screens in L.A.! We will def keep you all updated if that goes down!

Calvin Harris – You Used To Hold Me (Laidback Luke Remix)[YSI]

Laidback Luke & Lee Mortimer – Blau (La Riots RMX) [YSI]

Chromeo – Bonafide Lovin’ (L.A. Riots Remix) [YSI]

-Mike Woodward

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  • April 2, 2010

    It’s basically a movie about electro in the US, so I can’t be bothered.
    I come from the old world where electro did not come from hiphop or where the overall concensus is not that hiphop is groundzero to a multitude of music genres…

  • July 22, 2010

    FINALLY! If this went to theaters it would change the musical landscape of this country over night